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Indiana Evening Gazette Newspaper Archive: May 20, 1959 - Page 26

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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Kind To Old Bossy eres Money In It By HAY CAOMLfiY NfeA Correspondent NBA If you tre kind to cow she will yon more milk thats what Department of Agrteuttuie and Missouri scientists have discovered Researchers found that a good electric fan blowing a comfortable nine mile an hour breeze alortg fthOt cows back can give her milk output a real boost When the terrtperatufes 95 degrees jn shade and Its humid a Hol bein cow will give a quarter to a jtfrd more milk With that fan Or Suppose again that the Aerafiire is 95 degrees outside The research men note they can lure Holsteins into giving one and a times as much milk if they air cpndition the barn down to 75 degrees Some cows Just cant stand hot and humid weather AS the CHANGES OF LIVING TO AGE 65 mdustry Higher Rail Retirement Bill Ready WASHINGTON Eisenhower acts today on a bill with both political and economic implications a bill to boost both retirement and jobless benefits for railroad workers The cost wbuldbe met from 1 railroad worker Retirement added rail workers and benefits a 20 per cent boost in rail unemployment j east Ifftflwdlltety and an fc ptf Fft ftfc the of td 3 pef ftfent tisdef pfesfent law Hie the degree of Anothcf jirospecUve diange is that both the rtew retirement and topteyment ttt will ap on WftO afndrtth instead o the present of employe earn tags contented cow RISING CENERATIONChildren born In the United States today have an excellent chance of living wellInto the 21st century Chart above shows how the predicted lite span lor baby boys has increased dramatically since the beginning of the century In 1956 according to data from Ihe Metropolitan Life Insurance 657 out of every could expect to live until at least age 65 outlook is even better lor 802 out of will live to 65 Ptone Crashes Into Barracks aft Ai Ifl killing 3 And injutteg 14 tW Adriatic lei Soft mites lit lertgth fttid ttf average about 45 ft announced Air Fores said provides for a 10 per cent increase employers Railroads have ibeen urging a benefits perature goes up they give less milk Even after the heat wave is 6ver it may take them some time to come back up to full output Actually cows generally are hap piest between 40 and 75 degrees There are some cows that dont itikeit cold Researchers have just learned they can have happier and healthier cows in winter if they heat the drinking water just a shade That lures the cows into drinking more being healtheir they presumably will give more milk And tlje researchers find its a good idea to warm up Jersey cows in winter tok just a shade above freezing If the weathers a cool ilO degrees the warming will jump imilk output by a quarter Hogs apparently respond just as quickly to kindly treatment The research men have Just reported that if a hog is kept between 60 and 70 degrees hell gain weight more quickly That saves the farmer overhead makes him more profit Of course this is a poor re turn for the hog He gets carved up earlier And out in the Midwest theyve taken to warming up the beehives a little in winter The bees pf course are needed for pollinating the crops to insure a bigger har vest Here though the aim is not to make the bees happier Its to keep them from freezing to death on cold winter days So far the Agriculture re searchers havent translated these results in terms of how much less work a farmer turns out when hes trying to work on a hot summer day or when hes out in the cold in winter But there Is evidence that people do produce more if theyre kept at the right temperature Some students of history claim to have found that all great past civiliza tions rose where the climate at the time was between 70 and 80 degrees ivamuiius nave ueen urging u veto contending the costs would The jobless payments preyious be excessive Rail unions peeking ly limited to a maximum of 26 approvaivof the bill contend that weeks are extended to as much Congress would Override anyvetoas 52 weeks for longtime em of the measure jployes and this extensibiris made Eisenhower has until retroactive to last year Under tonight either td sigh or to veto this officials said some the bill Otherwise it iwquld beonceidled rail employes could come law without his signature collect back payments of more Neither the Senate nor the House took a roll call vote in passing the measure so there was no clear indication whether than each The rail unions had sought the retroactivity feature after a simi T Railroad workers tre not cov ered under the social tem Instead they have their own program of pensions aid tosur vivorsi and jobless and sickness benefits The benefits are higher than under social security but cost both workers and employers more railroads have contended that the increases would cost the industry already being given spe cial government financial aid an extra 120 million dollars per year immediately Eventually under a gradually increased special tax Cadillac Motor Pdrtsr Missing LOUISVILLE Ky Bank porfer Nathaniel Ctowney who ownsa Cadillac tried to start It Tuesday morning to get to wofk Nothing happened Downey raised the hood The motor had been stolen So had the battery radiator and transmission engine craft was Crying to land with one engtoe out It was turning from a flight td two The Air said few were in the barracks At the time Per sonnel were at the dining hall Names of casualties were being withheld pending notification of next of kin the plane was assigned to the Troop Carrief Wing atAshl ya the Air base Ifl northern shu Japans southernmost island TOs Air Force rio further detail Fish sleep with their eyes open t because they do not have eyelids lar measure moving through Fulbright Rdps Sena teBuitd ing WASHINGTON AP Sen J William Fulbright DArk says it would be difficult to find any for eign aid project more ineptly handled than the Senate office building right here under our OgdenReid Approval WASHINGTON Eisenhowers nomination of Ogden R Reid to be ambassador to Is rael was left dangling todayin the Senate Foreign Relations Com mittee The committee concluded hear ings on the nomination Tuesday but returned today to closed hear ingson President Eisenhowers foreign aid bill There were some prospects a vote on Reid may be delayed until the committees regular routine meeting next Tuesday Reid is a former president and editor of the New York Herald Tribune Sen Mike Mansfield Assistant Majority Leader voiced hope the nomination can be taken up in the Senate later that week or a vote on confirmation Reid won the open support Tues day of Sens Wayne Morse D Ore and William Langer The six Republicans on the com mittee are expected to support Reid to s man They would have to pickup only two other votes in addition to for a majority of nine hv the 17member Committee Congress would be inclined to Congress last was blocked an additional 250 million dollars per year would be required they support or override a veto Con an gress has not yet overriden afiunions adjournment jam The sought the benefits to Eisenhower veto in his six yearswhich the workers would have in office Ibeen entitled had the bill been As passed byCongress Hie bill parsed then 7s say The bill would require a tax boost on both rail employes and the industry The present tax of 514 per cent the carriers and employes wouhf go up tr Fulbright referred to the new officeT building Tuesday while an swering Senate critics of waste and inefficiency in foreign aid projects He dubbed the building This unfortunate and said a good many are laughing at RUNCOS DRY CLEANERS 36 N 6th Pa Rugs and Upholstery cleaned the safe way Duracleah flower fresh leaning NO soaking no shrinking t NO ruinous scrubbing jColors come alive I i for FREE estimate call Phone 542Z1 Craftsmen We need used instrumental UP TO tRADtlN FOR YOUR OBSOLETE HEARING Alb ON A NEW Wtlh Magnificent Ztntth Uvlnt Sound Circuit IcUal Ut MII4 lo Htarlnf 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