The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 20, 1955 · Page 10
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 10

Sandusky, Ohio
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Tuesday, December 20, 1955
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JO REOXSTER STAR NEWS JMiwilty, P.. tntt., Pte. M, t»S5 FEED DONATION FOP mms HIT BY DISASTER icnson Sets Up New Prwirraiii To Maintain Livestock For In- dMdnal Vse. By JOHN BOOTH WASHINGTON (INS) -Agriculture •ecretary Ezra Taft Benson has •et up a new progrflm under which fwvcrnment-owned feed grains Willi bt donated to farmers in specifically designated major disaster areas. ' At this stage, officials are not prepared to saj' whicu areas may gel this designation but it is generally believed that some eastern seaboard slates—hard hit by hurricanes and floods—may be included. Rather tight limitations have been put on the program as it now stands. For c.samplc, a farmer will M able to get only enough feed to maintain livestock for his own use. In other words, if the feed is used to fatten cattle or poultry they musi be consumed on the farm and they cannot be marketed. No ceiling has been set on thcj •mount of feed to be gtven away, "but it undoubtedly will be a comparatively small amount since it is limited to families whose means have been wiped out. The feed donation program is to be handled through slate agencies iii much the same manner as the dbnation of surplus food products f(^- welfare purposes. J Government-owned barley, corn, grain sorghums and oats will be famished free to the state agencies lor distribution to farmers who titt without sufficient cash to pur chase feed. It may be fed to cattle, hogs, poultry or workstock. TTie government will pay Irans^ portation to central points in each Ftate and co-operating agencies within the states will take care of further distribution. State agencies will be responsible for determining whether the applicants are eligible and the Amount of feed grain each is en titled to receive. There will be uni form basic standards for determining a farmer's eligibility. The new program is something quite apart from the emergency feed program which makes government-owned grain available to farmers and ranchers at reduced prices in disaster areas. ' * • • Under (he latter program, which has operated for the past two years, a distressed farmer gets about $1 p^r hundred knocked off the price ef his feed. It was understood, however, that the mechanics of the two programs will be much the same. This yrill mean that the give-away feed actually can b""'n to move only after formal agrc s. ?nts have been sign- Background Ouftr Mongolia By United Press One of least known countries In the world. . . . fladden- ly emeried as center of world eontrorersy In Unltctf Nations. . . . Official name is Monirollan Peoples KepaMle. . . Nearly three times sice of Texas. Nomadic popalatinn estimated between tM,fM and two million. . . Most live in moantalns north hordcHat Siberia. . . . Tall, warlike people. . . Wrote their page In hlaiory eight centuries ago when Genghis Khan conquered China, apread his empire into' Enrope. Claimed by China in 17th century. . . Rnasians began moving in In early 20th century. . . In 1N7 Japan rceognlacd Russia's "special position" there. . . Chinese also moved soldiers Into area. . . Mongolia declared itself independent in 1911. . . But merely a paper declaration. . . Russian troops awarmed into Mongolia in 1921 seeking White Ruaslan refugees and never left. . . 1924 Russia admitted Mongolia part of China. . . China recognized Mongolia as sovereign atate in 1946 as result of Valta agreements prepared to sponsor Mongolia's hid for UN membership. . . Nationalist China reversed stand after Mongols attacked West China provlnee of Sinklang. . . Russia controlled area 34 years but Chinese Communists now believed have "cqusi power" there. KELLER Funeral Home Reasonable 3176* Reliabh Boom Symington If Dem Conclave Is Deadlocked WASHINGTON. Dec. 20 (INS> — A Missouri congressman predicted today .Sen. Stuart Symington will be nominated by the 1956 Democratic convention if a deadlock should develop among the avowed candidates. The lawmaker, Rep. Morgan Moulder ID-MO.T, al .so said that Symington will be Missouri's favorite son candidate in the convention Mi.<isouri's .18 - vote delegation. Moulder declared, will be "almost solidly" behind Symington, who thus far has disclaimed any ambition to run for president. The congressman declined, however, to predict whom former President Truman will support. Truman, a resident of Independence and former senator from Missouri, is certain to be a member of his statt's delegation. -Hnrlcv Hot Im.Tn VOLUNTEERS BUSY AT CHRISTMAS TIME—Grandpa al\\ays enjoys playing Santa Glaus for the Volunteers of America, an organization now busy on its plans for Christmas. Pictured here are children talking with Santa while their mothers shop for the big day. Many children will enjoy a " - happy Christmas because of the public's donations to the chimney maintained by the Volunteers of America. Robert and June Gillinghgm, local commanders, said the organization ts carryiiig'mr'a-big program of work this week in preparation for Christmas and many families will enjoy bn.skcts of groceries, clothing and other articles. Toy and candy iiecd^ of the chllciren will also be supplied. The local commandor.<; of the Volunteers said they are very grateful for the as .«iK (ance given them in their work by Sandus- kians. Entertainment By Dancers Planned ed by the government and the slate agencies concerned. They will require the states to foot the bill for any and all costs, including transportation and rieliv ery, after the grain is received at the central distribution point within the state. Benjamin Franklin invented the harmonica, .i musical instrument formed of a number of glasses containing water, from which the musical sounds were produced by rubbing their rims with a moistened finger. Students of the Kay Lutes dance studio will present a floor show for tlic Women's Relief Corps on Dec. 20 at the Soldiers' Home. Stanford V. Close will bo the piano accompanist. Students to participate are; Mary t^ay Guosniuu, Linda Pfledercr, Carbara Knoblock^ Kathy Simonds, Cheryl Knapp, Millie .Jo Trimarche,, Karen Vargo, Jiitly Roderick, Ro- L 'rta Russell, Sharon Spiegel, Betty Jo Palazzo, Diane Corso, Constance Dcason. Anna Gene Rugg, Helen Fantoz/i, .lane Link, Deborah Windau, Linda Roberts, Steven Lenti., Linda Lou Jump, Gay Runkle, Dean Runklc, Janet Pugh, Carol Wobsor, Jo Ann Schcrz, Jernlyn Melscn, Barbara Hoelzer. Sandra Deavcr, Linda Owen, Paillette Rakosky, Beverly Law.s, Linda Wightman, Barbara IMglin, .Janet Lewis, Beth Mayer, Lee Ann Renande, Darlene Ziemke, Terrie Lee Uther, Steven Bovia, Diane Cronk, Judith Szekely, Carol Bauman, Deanna McVetta, Carol Green, .loan Steele, Jeri Lou Schcrz, Sharon VVilk, Sonya Puck- rin Tonya Schcrcr, Mary Ann Bluhm, Judy Metzo, Caryl Conloy, Jacquelyn Mayer, Carol Riccelli, Judy Wallace and Barbara Meyers. Dorothy Warren Plans Mexican Honeymoon PALOS VERDES, CAL., Dec. 20 (UP) — Dorothy Warren, '24, second daughter of Chief Justice Earl Warren, and Dr. Carmine D. Clem- entc planned a Mexican honeymoon today following a double ring wedding at the Wayfarers Chapel. The Chief Justice and his family, plus about 50 guests, mostly close friends of the young couple, attended the ceremony performed Monday night by the Rev. Kenneth R. Knox. The bride was given in marriage by her father. ACCEPTS RESIGNATION WASHINGTON, Dec. 20 HNS) —President Eisenhower has accepted the resigi:ation of Nelson Rockefeller, effective Dec. 3L as an unpaid adviser on psycho- j logical strategy. Rockefeller said he was forced to give up the job for "compelling personal responsibilities." One Fall. That's All • t • TM IXNNII OP ONE PAINFUL FALL CAN lAR I^CIIO WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE • • • A VERY NICE GIFT FOR DAD AND MOM • • • WE WILL MEASURE AND INSTAP I. AFTER XMAS Give A Gold Seal Aluminum Deer GIFT CERTIFICATE INSTALLED—NET i gma .Pi wo fi>BCi/MLTigf WE PARE YOU! To Listen to a Demonstration of CAPEHART HI • FIDELITY and not admit that it-was the greatest ftnusicai" thrill which j'ou have ever enjoyed! You will hear the most amazing sound reproduction ever invented by man. Capehart's exclusive Colortone Controls allow you to "conduct" the orchestra so that you can create your own tonal effects. The perfect Xmas gift for th« home. 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