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December 19, 1955

The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 8

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9 RKOISTEft'STAR NEWS iAtt4n «kjr, o., Mon., tier. iP, litsx PHOT AREAS ~ NAMED TO TEST AG HELP PLANS By JOHN BOOTH INS Farm Writer WASHINGTON - Officials handling the administration's rural devtlopment program i-eport that counties selected for the pilot operation vary widely in type of farming, amount of industry, resources, and economic possiljilitics. So far, 12 states have tal<en the lead by naming 27 pilot counties and three trade areas as initial tests of the program to give special assistance to low-income farm fam- ilites. Seven other states are planning rural development programs in one or two counties encli. The administration has served notice that it will send a new request to Congress in January for funds to get tlio program info high gear. As examples of the kind of area v.here assistance is plaiuicd. a re cent Agriculture department report points out that in Ari<ansas the pilot counties chosen are Ouachita, Phillips, and Van Burcii. Ouachia, in South Arl<ansas, has mostly part-time and residential farms, and nearly half the farm operators are negro. Phillips county is in the Mississippi delta region, witli cotton production predominating. Of the farmers in Phillips county, OR percent are tenants and more tiian two-thirds are Negro. Vcn Buren is in the Ozark plateau area of hilly and wooded land, where self-sufficient farming is most common. Over half of the county's farms are part-time or residential, and most commercial operations sold less than $2,r)00 of products in 1954. CHRISTMAS WITH THE TROOPS—I''rnncis Cardinal Snrllman, Roman Catholic vicar general of U. S. armed forces. i)re))nres to board a plane in New York City en route lo Korea lo spend the Christmas .season with Gl's in tiio F.ir K.isl. it will he the fifth Christmas season which Cardinal Spellnuui has sjient abroad. (NEA Tclephoro). county's farms are part-time and many of the commercial farms have low sales. * * * Although officials have not said so, they were very disappointed that sufficient funds were not forthcoming from Congress to get the program into high gear lliis year. Coloring Contest Winners Chosen MONRONEY SAYS OEM CONVENTION m "STACKED" VVASinNGTON riNS^-Spn. Mike jMonroney (D-Okia.) said today the i democratic convention in 1956 will be "open" and "unstacked" again.st Ses. Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.), or I anyone else. Kefauver announced his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination Friday with a statement that he had been "assured"' bv former President Harry S. Truman and others that there will be no "stop Kefauver' 'movement next year. ' Sen. Paul Douglas (D-Ill.), who lavors Adlai E. Stevenson for the nomination, said the Democrats are "blessed with a number of fine I candidates," including Stevenson, kefauver. New York Gov. Averell Harriman, and Michigan Gov, G. .Mennen Williams, if he runs. Kefauver said he will make a "vigorous " campaign and will challenge Stevenson in California's June 6 primary while reserving decisions on other state primary contest.;. He indicated he will enter New Hampshire's March 13 contest, first l^emocratic primary in the nation. A Florida friend, A. Frank Katsen- tine quoted the senator as having told him lie would enter Florida's Ma.v 8 primary. Stevenson has announced participation in the California, Minnesota, BETWEEN ROUNDS — Yugoslavia's Leo Mates, left, afhd Philippines' General Carlos P. Romulo shake hands after proposal to split a seating between the two countries for a two-.vear term in UN's Security Counucil falls through. General Assembly meets again Tuesday, Dec. 20, In an attempt to resolve the matter. (NEA Telephoto). Kathleen it'cdv and (Jeorge i Ponns.vlvania and Illinois Wahl Win First Honors in R i '"'^''•'f'ential primaries. Stevenson welcomed Kefauver of C F.vent. Duriim the Kni(.;lits of Coluiii- Up to now, federal assistance has|bus Ciiri.stmas party Sunday at beei. limited to a fund totaling;(iic. loduc lionie, Kaliileen Riedy, about 1 million dollars. A request for an additional 1,5 million dollars was knocked out of an fippropriations bill in the House. The administration's new request for the fiscal year beginning next July 1 probably will be in the neigiiboiiiood of 30 million dollars. 141,5 Campbell-st, eight, third grade at S.S. I'etcr and Paul school and Coorue Wahl, Route I, Caslalia, 11, grade six at Mar- UarcHa, were prcsi'iited with first!"favorable" into the presidential sweepstakes with the quip, "Come on in, the water's fine." On the Republican side, GOP leaders generally are hoping President Eisenhower will find it possible to seek re-election despite his heart attack. / slate of delegates, running as to Mr. Eisenhower, GRANGE NEWS By contrast, the two counties chosen in Oregon, Marion and Washington, are in the industrial area5i _Qf Portland and Salem. About l.-SOO of the 4.500 farms in Marion county and 1,600 of thei I'arr.is in Marion county and l.tiOOj of the 3,700 farms in Washington! . ^,„. ^,„ .., county are part-time and residcn-'^»AR«AR'^^'^A GRANGE tial. Pennsylvania chose Fayette county, south of Pittsburgh. This county is hilly and wooded and coal mining Is important in the area. Most (arms are part-time or of the small commercial type. Texas has selected Cherokee, in the sandy coastal plane of east Texas. Cotton is the leading crop, along with feed crops for livestock. More than half of Cherokee awai -ds tor the best, colored pictures in the K. of C. Ciii'istmas coloring contest which had as its theme, "Keep Christ in Christ-, mas." Second awards were received-''' by ,ludy Hoeclei-, nine, 2();54 First- st, fourth f^rade al SI. Tvlary's and Bonnie Carruthers, 11, 408 Frank- liii-sl. grade .se\'en at St. Mary's. Margaretta Grange will hold | Honorable nicnlioii went to its monthly meeting W^ednesday, Ithe following in the first to starting at 6:30 p. m. with a poL-[fouj'th .^Made sioup: Marv Ann luck supper.. !Fairfield, six. 602 Shelhy-st: Rob- After a short business meet-jcrt tJiininu'r. ei.^ht, .501 Rocking Wednesday, starting at 11:30 ;"('ll-,st, and Diana Sue Buck, has been announced in New Hampshire. sentenced to three days In when he appeared before 'Mayor Christ Huttenlocher at Huron and pleaded guilty to a charge of drunk driving. White was arrested by the Bay Bridge state patrol near the Huron corporation line. ChOdren Of Home Taken On Shopping Tour By Jaycees Cob Optrofor fi Among 3 Injured In Clfy Crotnes Arthur Knicger, 60, operator of the Red Cal^ eompiny, received injuries to his back Sunday night when the cib he was driving was involved In an accident with a car at the intersection of Tiffin- av and Clinton-st, police said. Edgar Thomas, 28, 403 W. Mar- ket-st, operator of the passenger car, sustained a bruised right ankle. Both Kruejler and Thomas were treated by physicians and taken to their homes, police said. Bertha Bauer, 62, 1409 Mc- Donough-st, was treated at Providence Hospital Saturday night following a collision of the ear she was driving with a dump truck operated by Charles H. Barnhart, 402 Hendry-st, police reported. The accident occurred at the intersection of Hayes-av and Osbome-st. Mrs. Bauer was taken to the hospital by Frey ambulance. S/ie's L9ft Cold CHICAGO, Dec. 19 (INS)—A Christmas party in a Chicago hotel left Mrs. Vivian Eller cold. Her $9,000 mink coat disap peared from a rack and she was forced to brave sub-freeiing weather in a strapless evening gown. Hearts were happy and gay Saturday a'ternoon as the Sandusky Junior C. amber of Commerce "Christmas Shopping Tour" committee, under the direction of Chairinan Clark Burwell, took 47 children from the Erie-co Childrens' Home downtown on a shopping tour. Each one was given money, furnished by the Jaycees, to make purchases of their own selection. Ni -?dless to say, the dime stores were the most patronized by the thrifty shoppers. After their funds were expended th^' were all returned home with^heir many packages by their Jaycee escorts. Mercury, Venus, >Iars, Jupiter, and Saturn, are the planets which can be seen without a talescope. SwTlM OD any Mak« Washers Dryers Aito Small ApplItncM Only Genaine Parts Used LECOY'S 34S B. Market St. Ph. 2373 Servlni Sandasky andViein- tty VTcr 16 year* LOOKING FOR A GOOD PLATE GLASS MIRROR TO BRIGHTEN UP YOUR HOME FOR XMAS? THEY ARE HARD TO GET THIS YEAR BUT WE HAVE A GOOD STOCK OF BEVELED. VENETIAN AND ON-ADOOR MIRRORS AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES. BAY GLASS & PAINT CO., INC. 92S W. WASHINGTON ST. PHONE 8491 WANT ADS BRING RESULTS G. J. SCHILLIG, Chiropractor For Appointment Phone 23 or 6778 25 ^0 OFF On Every DRESSER SET IN OUR STORE Priced from SC.95 Beautiful, practical DRESSER SETS Handsome satin-lined case with two tone metallic-backed vanity pieces ... Only $1 Down—$1 Per Week H. L. HERMAN "YOUR FAMILY'S JEWELER SINCE 1911" 214 W. MARKET ST. PH. 1370 p. m. with a poUuck supper. After a short business meotiriK there will be a gift exchariKO, games, group singing and piano selections by Mr. and Mrs. Pau Mesenburg. |i)iii(', iiOti I >i 'i-r\--st. to llu' i>iL;lilh i'r,'i (l(> Scht'oi, v\". 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