Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on June 2, 1955 · Page 21
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 21

Dixon, Illinois
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Thursday, June 2, 1955
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The Dixon Evening Telegraph" Thursday, June 2, 1955 Page 23 Acreage Curbs Ruin Rotation, Farmers Claim BALTIMORE W— Three farmers have testified in Federal Court their opinion that the government wheat-crop a u p p o rt program throwa crop rotation out of gear. They joined two Ohio farmers Wednesday in attesting- to what they said was the unpopularity of the program. The five were defense witnesses at the second day of a hearing before Judge Roszel C. Thomsen of the government's motion for an Injunction against Westminster farmer Louis Shafer and his three sons. Charge Trespassing The move for an injunction re sulted from a trespassing charge brought against three government wheat acreage inspectors. That charge was brought last month after the inspectors had been prevented from measuring the acre age on the Shafer farm. A hearing on the trespassing charge has been set for next Tuesday. Frederick A. Feeser of Taney town told the court today he has 19 head of cattle and needs wheat for straw and allotted only 12 acres for wheat for the 1953 crop, he said "I couldn't make out with that kind of allotment," Feeser said he told the county committee. The next vear thev gave him 52 acres. but Feeser said he needs 60-70 acres of wheat to keep his rotation system going. Got Si: Another Carroll County farmer, C. Wilbur Stonesifer. said he "can't rotate" because he only got a six-acre wheat allotment $2-acre farm. Earlier Wednesday, RollaM. My ers of Attica, Ohio, testified he was "refused" his right to on quotas in the last referendum because the committee which loted acreage didn't give him 1 enough to make him ehgibli vote. ._ .... . - - , r<:-» f f J»l AlM»P By Al Gfcpp FORD WORKERS HOLD MASS MEETING — Members of the CIO Auto Workers employed by the Ford Qop Tough Oil the Queen By V. T. Hamlin Motor Companv massed outside Gate 4 of the vast Kiver ™fP'4aVn, „ ! " ,* 3 contract negouationsbet^en the Compaq II I I I , Fm ,na.D M W ^Mltei^ AW, NOW UM* I until June June 7. (AP Wirephoto) ^^^H^^^^^^^^^'^^^v WASN'T" Bf^M 1/iWYjNOI \L'MFA, J 'I J TRACKS TILL THEY/y'MEAN Ij^H * W"' Ik 'f I \ M^6Q5W. ^■^...i^i /v^A o»n. c.k./tt Lmv^ mWMO PNO^DUPIMA ( MY GUZZIE'S X^ K\IM } /\ GEE WHIZ... I — — ' ~~~ HER£7HOlL£RIN' LIKE \ THEN* / OOP, HAS \pL WHOLE ME55 Cf > EEEN...O-OKE- U| W " * U \ . „ T71, R„f I ■■LIJIJML'JI ■ ^V^.i^G^k^ J ANYTHING T^rlM OTHER TRACES, HE'S... WF _ » L \ ■ p^i ^ui v-w! ■-iiBin-wnm Hftc went rshin^wth pP^p^ happened j V <#3J lAN ^NJ^FLme^^ -^^^^^^i f*\ 1 K^|B As Angel, Please I /*tn an' wBwJ^ f \^/M^M \ -^W-S with a smile, "because I have al- \~ ' . ~ ' m W £®V - • K • ^4 lH^HM II ■ ll 1 ..w^,,,,,,.^! • >. " '^SH helped poor people. h . fleeced _ _ C««t A.™.n<t 5 R / a\ .... ' SPb she ' came here by aut0 from - - — Buggs uunny _____«___. r ' "..ih — - Psychology? - I . /SfnSF^I k^rSfftSJ I u^SfV.d I A/ ° fc . ' ;J ' ■ M On T smrl aiifl Sea Charleston, s. c m - what /that* a catcwv ) I uans abouno fc^-— J^W£|M5 ^ ^ \frt()M TJ %^-^^3>B UU L,antl aUU 3Ccl I mav be the latest in applied child / TUNC, M6S.' rrV V WHILST >00 ^ 2/ L.£Sui£l^^, ^Sfc> X / ' Ky@S^l ^9BH NEWPORT NEWS. Va. (Jl— The Ipsychologry came out of the theft J WOULD BE v VCUT A gU6>X WlJ\ ^ ^^^^Sl^^ n - A [ ^ir^ ^ 1^1 ■ reckless driver operates on land Lf 75 cents by a five-year-old boy V ©BEAT POff ) fa KcT2£>_\ ^a^V^Lrfg^ ^^NL riCTMg^^^ tk I I and sea-and the Coast Guard is from a neighbor here. \OANONSj^/ ^ *M S^>" ' . T ' ■ » HfSS^^ S IT^'^l^!!^^ I ^^AM I ! going to crack down on the water- His mother called the police. V _ ^nQff(Z^\ 1 ^OSS ^^ST \ J5r NAV^^jizSai! ' > -r~ I ^vef S^iropen ^"safe ^^^^^^1^ 0^^^ m""le ^ ^ ^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^ anyway, police were told yester- ^ -^heUon threatened him with ^_ " ~ . The union started one of its radio . _ day- an iron bedrail. (AP Wirephoto) Doilbt OI 1 lllie programs with the song "You HfprriH Rln«WiF I{ contained $259. . l^u ^vui« u Gotta Dance With Me, Henry" and Md ^ p^j,, Distraction By Merrill BIOSSCT , ~~ ~ BELMONT, Ohio W— When mid- ended up with "Something's Gotta . ' ^ — T"M 1 ^^ll^^ SesPH^Sn^ %^y^£^ ^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^ P*ejvs^^^ "J|^^^ ' S^B ^^^^ VicFlint^ ^ He Wants Ice Cre&m ^ ^ ^ ^yJayHeavlin te?l!fboratoCrSs haTfigured in^ someone58 suggested'" a uranium 1J^^ a number of post-vaccination strike might be a good way to get .._ TT TT^ »no rf«ar->" fe^'y?5 *^"< > Z7/ — £»-AJ ' li m 1 cases of polio. rid of the venerabie building. ' Care to have the floor painted .too, dear? . — — ~ Boots and Her Buddie* ",se - j * rrr. ff% h 4(7/ /H" Irx^^^H^^^^^^^ B®x^iMI. ^^^^.^ r^^: : ^ ^ ^ '^^^ ^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^ .-^^^ ^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^|^^^^^^^ NewspaperHRCHIVE® „ _ NewspaperBRCHIVE®

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