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Bedford Gazette (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Bedford, PennsylvaniaGazette Bedford counts daily newspaper Ista pushed 1 150, no. 272 a. Wid misday August 10. 1955 baby beef prizewinners sele6tedi--Iproud Bedford county of a boys line up with their Champion livestock at the annual baby beet show at the Bedford fair. Jack Feather of Chestnut Ridge High school on Bedford county Champion. Next in line is Allen Jay. Everett Southern High school Fra student from Artemas who placed second and third. Single comes five huge crowds throng fair photo above taken on the popular Prell shows Midway at the 82nd annual fair gives some idea of the tremendous crowds whish thronged the Fairgrounds on tuesday. Attracted by the first Cool weather Inion weeks the throngs were jammed so tightly i Many areas that it was difficult for a person in any kind of hurry to make Way. Governors say Connie expected Stevenson set am Chicago aug. 9 Lone re publican j. Bracken Lee of Utah said today he would Bolt to the right kind of Democrat Lor president in 1956. Lee raised a qualified dissent against a second term for president a file the Stevenson Harriman talk in the democratic Catnip claimed1 top political Atten ti6n. On the 47th to hit East Adi ii ithe 1952 1 nominee 1 of dinner Jii s. Socratic chairman Ancl a close j a. By the associated press. The heavily populated East coast thrice beaten to its Knees last year by disastrous hurricanes was alerted yesterday for the first big blow of this season. The next 48 hours was the Cru Cial period As Hurricane Connie bore Down on the Mainland with 135-mile winds. In Boston a Navy Aero Logist noted that Connie is following much the same path As last year s deadly storms. Tigh seas thundered a prelude to thet Savage storm. Navy ships to sea. Air planes winged away to safety Shoreline. Residents scurried for Refuge. A disaster units Alert units were alerted from the new England. Chiist guardsmen in the third new York and Paris if Pennsyl of told he be of pc of Iila Rimari Wanti to soil Igwe Seper scan had indicated would Ste i Asidie new Mariia i and Connecticut stand ing by without leave for Hurricane witnesses fearsome Dart interview that the right he ship year he said depends pretty in who is on should the pick Goy. Frank j. Lauschke of Ohio he said he said i Fri Serti Virginia i support in the but doubts there is. Much Bedford York aug. 9 korean veterans told today of watch ing from sickbed is an american army sergeant cast twp ill fellow prisoners Zero weather up die. Threw them out because he want them moan and testified one witness at the army court martial of 23-year old sgt. James a Gallagher. I thought it was a pretty Rotten thing one american to do to both veterans said they feared own lives during the flare up of explosive terror in a communist prison Camp four years ago. Like a bartender bouncing a drunk like a sack of spuds.1 the Way they described the duty. In a six weeks period last sum Mer and fall three hurricanes claimed 150 lives and did damage estimated. At 1 billion dollars along the East coast. By noon tuesday Waves 10 to 15 feet High were battering North Carolina beaches Man made Sand dunes that were thrown up for last year s hurricanes v All Highway patrolmen in the Carolina coastal area Avert stand ing by for Pipit to sea at Norfolk va., Dree Navy Aii Craft carriers sea. To avoid the other moved to Hurricane Anchorage about 60 Miles up Chesapeake l just Labirt Complete and ready for sea trials at Herberth the storm in nearby new planes at the Norfolk naval air station As far Inland As Kansas As precaution. So were Navy planes at Atlantic Point. R. And South Wey Nouth mass. Philadelphia braced for the blow special weather Bureau Alert vearned ofvp6ssible full affect of the storm by wednesday the reported Tremley City and bathing was limited to Waist deep-wati6 r. South koreans say reds plan new invasion Seoul wednesday aug. 10 South Korea declared yesterday a hew communist attack. Was near again warned truce teams to get out and hinted More demonstrations were to come Days of rioting already injured 22 . Soldiers. Even As Cho Chung act ing foreign minister issued his warning. 700 u. S. Faced koreans demonstrating against the truce teams at the nearby port of Inchon. About 1.200 railway Ivo Reiri reinforced demonstrators yesterday were tear Gas when they triej446 team s compound in we Lei Island attendance records at Bedford fair hundreds of prizes won by Harbor u soldiers were injured bar flying rocks and Sticks none. Reans were rep tie d injured Chi s warn mib of a Ries of official statements which urged the United states to resume the fighting called again for re covery of occupied territory Cipr Thweat of and accused High russian officers if infiltrate Jing the. Truce inspection setup. New riots new racing Bill in state 7 the Bint of new demonstrations came in Coho s statement repeating that and polish members of the nations commission t e s must quit South by Siiter Day Midnight. Sweden and Switzer land the other Mer news. 1 Cho. Said South Korea could wait and because the. Danger is too. Great. The Day of renewed communist attack too j be responsible for hundreds of prizewinners from the county fair Are listed below arid continued of Page two. Iric Ludwid Are names person who any kind in the hinge exhibit Hall. Also listed elsewhere paper Are first partial results of life Stock judge a. Heavy entries this fair Calendar wednesday August 10 band Day High school bands from four counties to participate and the United states army Field band to entertain with a special program of instrumental and choral music on the stage during the afternoon. Stage and circus acts with the grandstand Fol lies at Horseshoe pitching contest . of All prizewinning livestock in the army band i top attract for attend ache t grandstand at t Fine harness Pace 25 Piee and 1 9 and consequently the results in Ini Iny classes will not be published until tomorrow. D up a rom ent 8 v leg Eta b Les Best Colle Tipri mrs Austin Corle. Imler. Mrs Chester 2 mrs ego if if Wiff Iam a. Follies and vaudeville acts tirs Harris Birgi 9 new legislation to. Horse race bet Ting in Pennsylvania reached the Senate by sen. Joseph j. Yosko two alter Nate plans were to permit establishment of race tracks under private ownership and one under a state Mari apply. Yosko said he introduced the a Jar involving members of with lie Cho expressed sol fliers had used Force prompt action by the Bedford police department and unselfish co operation of a Bedford businessman were credited Avith saving the life of a Young Bedford Mother Early tuesday morning at Bedford county memorial Hospital. of Bedford survived a serious loss of blood after giving birth. To a baby boy because of a transfusion from Fred about . Tuesday police said mrs. Kegg wife of rus sell Kegg. Was reported in Good condition at the Hospital late tues Day eyeing. Hospital authorities sought help from Bedford before 5 when mrs. Kegg went into Shock after giving birth. She is less than Jive feet tall and weighs Only 90 f pounds normally and doctors told police she might not survive the loss of As much As a pint of blood. Officer Charles Bingham called out of bed rushed to the Hospital but found his blood was hot of the of positive Type needed by mrs. Kegg. Asst. Chief Joseph Clark contacted next said he would give blood and had of positive blood but doctors refused Mih when they found he had Given. Blood at the blood motile collection Friday. He in turn began to Call several of his Brothers on the Case but their Aid needed when police called who was up working at his restaurant. Bingham volunteers Bingham volunteered his blood Wilkich was of the desired Type and on Page 2 the weather Mew eth twin with and against citizens. He maintained the koreans were conduct ing peaceful cafeteria walkout closes pm body Plant aug. -9 a Brief United Auto r ejection irom their mud novel of two dysentery. Patients allegedly at the hands of Gallagher. Afterwards one witness because of Many requests for such legislation since the defeat of a Bill setting up a referendum walkout by 35 cafe Day Tempa family at the Fisher body Gallagher Lay Down in his room to per Niit race track motors corp relax even As the victims and froze outside. Either plan a state racing -2.000 i reenact incident one of the witnesses sgt. Donell Adams. 27. Of Cottonwood. Would be created to regulate the sport and three trucks authorized around the refused lines. The dispute women workers left the stand to re enact for the eight member military court the manner in which Cpl. John w. Under the state monopoly plan to operate somewhat like the b. Prophet at the Plant. They Are Mem was thrown to his death. Present operation hotel Resl the grim recital left liquor stores two thirds Prophet firn Mother Loretta. Of Detroit in proceeds after expenses and quickly set she weathered the actual would go toward retiring involving continued on Page continued of Page three women. The Al employment reaches new record in us 65 million have jobs Washington aug. 9 almost 65 million americans had paying jobs in july a new High for the the government said today in another report of National Prosperity. Totalled about five million persons have been added to the Job holding total since last february. The average Spring and summer increase be tween 1947 and 1954 was three Mil some or 3.7 per cent of Ion. The civilian labor orce were out of. Work. The unemployment local thus dropped nearly a Nilli Ort be Low july a year ago and about 000 from the preceding month. Secretary weeks of Commerce and Mitchell of labor gave the unprecedented employment Fig ures in a report which said with satisfaction the rate of employment in crease the past five months has not been matched since the reconversion period of 1946." million Over Mark the number of employed Ose to close to a million above the previous record established in Jefne and nearly higher than july a year ago. In july 1953, last month of the korean War the working Force regarding the july expansion the joint Commerce labor report said unusually brisk hiring of Young sters let out of school accounted for most of the gains. School agers found work mostly in the trades and better than usual in the departments said employment among adults in most industries held up better than usual for this time of no farming occupations took up Rolls which held steady at 000 workers. More than a half million new employees have taken on factory jobs since the first of the year for the largest gain in the period since 1950, the report said. Work week Shorter the average factory work week Between june and july dropped 24 minutes to 40 hours 18 minutes. That was 12 minutes below the Post War record for july set in 1950, but was 54 minutes above 1954. Production workers reflecting the averaged shortened working hours. In june the figure was last july it was average hourly earnings climbed one Penny during the month to another record. Up. -j2, j mrs. Pole Cote. Pole mrs. Curle Bush Akens. Needmore. 2 mrs. Corle. Pole Lima. R. Airesman Somerset. Siena China or butter bean 1, Dolores Airesman Somerset 2. Shirley Airesman Somerset. Kidney Waifie Shoah. 2, marrow fat Airesman 2, mrs. Ralph Paris. Javy or pea 1, mrs Berina Aires Man. Speckled 1, Dolores Airesman Airesman. Beets flattened 2, Geprge Somerset a di.3, c. Horn 2r mrs. Benna. Any other variety i mrs. George 2. Mrs. Eida Hoffman. Everett r. D. 3. Carrots Short 1. Mrs. C. Horn. 2, mrs code. Half Long 1. Mrs. C. Horn 2, mrs. Hoffman. Long. 1, mrs. Gardner 2, mrs. George j Pascal Type 1. Mrs. Corle. 2, mrs. Egolf. Sweet Corn any variety yellow 1, Hartzel Paris 2, mrs. C. Horn. Cucumbers Small pickling. 1. Mrs. C. Horn 2. Mrs. Corle. Large pickling. I mrs. Corle. 2, or. Wentz. Slicing 1. Or. Wentz 2, mrs. Corle. Endive curled Leaf 1, mrs. Egolf Airesman. Horseradish Best roots 1, mrs. Benna. 2. Mrs. George. Kohlrabi 1. Mrs. Corle. 2, mrs. Lettuce butter head 1. Mrs. Gar drier 2, mrs. Airesman. Crisp. 1, mrs. Gardner. Loose Leaf. 1, mrs. Egolf. 2. Mrs. Corle. Onions bottle. 1. Mrs. George. 2, mrs. Hoffman. Yellow Globe 1, Emily Mann. Bedford . 3. 2. Mrs. Airesman. White Globe. 1. Mrs. John Clark Bedford 2. Harvey Reed Breezewood . 1. Yellow Fiat 1, or. Wentz. 2, mrs. Flora Shoemaker Bedford. Pickling 1. Mrs. Airesman. 2, mrs. Shoemaker. Multiplier sets 1. Jane Morgret. Manns Choice. 2, mrs. Benna. White sets 2, mrs. Hoffman. Green Bunch 1, mrs. Gardner 2. Mrs. Airesman. Parsley i. Mrs. Clerk 2, mrs. Airesman. Parsnips i. Or. 2, mrs. George. Peas in pod. 1. Mrs. Gardner. Shelled 1. Mrs. A incr. Peppers Large Bell 1. Or. Wentz 2 mrs. Airesman. Smooth Sweet 1, mrs. Egolf 2, or. Wentz. Rhubarb 1, mrs. Benna 2, mrs. Corle. Squash Patty 1. Mrs. Ronald a record entry list of 44 horses feb m All of Central Pennsyl Vania and nearby a Mary arid and West Virginia areas made the bed Ford show the most successful yield to Date show officials said there was spirited Competition in All classes morning and afternoon contest at the fair infield. The show attracted Many of the horses that Wall reappear Here for the Bedford lion s horse show later in the fall according to show maj Iager Art who also directs the. Lions affair. James v. Fisher was ringmaster for the fair show. Class 1 pleasure. Western tack 1. Stormy. Lynwood Mearkle Clearville 2 Lynwood Mearkle 3. Babe Doyle Mearkle 4. Dolly ver rift Mearkle. Class 2 pleasure horses English tack 1, miss Helen Janet Ashman Duncansville 2, Blue Bonnet Susan Faik. Schellsburg 3, miss Dixie Blair c. Hollidaysburg 4. Silver Eagle. Joe palins cer Jackson. Class 1, Bourbon Rex Altoona 2. Silver Eagle Jim palins cer 3, Blue Bon net Susan Falk 4, top hat. Dan Palenscar. Class 4 palominos 1. Golden tension Harold Fries Bedford 2, Donoras Frank Philips Tyrone. Class Small ponies 1, top hat. Dan Palenscar 2, Topsy. R. B. Flint Lonaconing 3 Beauty r. B. Flint 4, Snooks Beverly Ann Long Schellsburg. Class Large ponies 1, Little gent Rothrauff Bros. Altoona 2, Black mystery me Shandelmier Bedford 3, Dixie Belle. Charlotte Long. Schellsburg 4. Trigger. Tommy Miller Schells Burg. Class Junior Western 1. So Boom Gene Eyer Tyrone 2. Prince. Joe Haberstroh bed orc re 3. Stormy. Lynwood Mearkle 4, mrs. Rodney Hoover Curryville. Class three gaited a 1, Imperial. Tony Milliron Cloe 2, Nancy Diane Shandelmier 3, infried Cadet s heir Rothrauff 4. A Bur. Bon Rex Haberstroh class b 1, Nita. Tony Milliron magic rhythm Stanley Harihar Keyser big John John. Stultz. Hollidaysburg 4, miss Helen. Janet Ash Bedford into its and Day High school bands of Tufe 6f fi3p-- . Pirie sent a flee grandstand stage. Program will opera Appe Manca of -12 selected bands from High area incl using most of the increase Between june the report added that the num and july. The Commerce depart ment census Bureau reckoned total employment outside of agriculture at 57 million. That represented a monthly jump of More than Ever for this time of year. Stepped up factory activity Al most offset the effect of vacation shutdowns on manufacturing Ber of skilled and Semi skilled Industrial workers out of jobs has declined Over the last year. Although the number of civilians employed or looking for work was put at the country s total labor armed serv ices personnel Here and stood at Lingenfelter Imler 2. Or. Wentz. Crookneck 1, mrs. Corle 2, mrs. Hoffman. Any other variety 1. Mrs. Lingenfelter 2. Mrs Grace Riddle. Bedford a. D. 4. Tomatoes. reds 1, mrs. Egolf. 2, c. Horn. Late reds. 1, Mary Diehl Bedford . 4, 2, mrs. Betina. Any other variety mrs. On Page 3 Man. Class gaited 1, Alibaba Harry Holmberg. Al Toona 2. Magis rhythm. Stanley 3anha 3, Grey ghost Roy Brown jr., Punxsutawney. Of class walking horse 1, Billie Pearl Margie Ramsey. Altoona 2, King Cotton. Francis Barnes. Altoona. Class Western 1, miss Cope Mccue. Dean Hal Max Mcconnellsburg 2, major. Dale Miller Tyrone 3, a Selma Gene Irvin. State College 4, so Boom Gene Eyer. Class jumpers Silver Eagle Jim Palenscar 2, Black Midnight Mel Shandelmier 3, Sonny boy Carl 4. Little girl. Roy Brown. Class class 1. Lucky Donoras. Frank Phil lips 2, Stormy Donnie Mearkle 3, Smoky Lynwood Mearkle 4. A Selma. Gene Irvin. Windber rated Othef and White Barid is i hearsay and has declined to recommend rotating freight car stockpile Washington aug. .9 com Mittee of transportation Consul Tants today recommended establishment of a government revolving stockpile of freight car parts to protect the Economy from a Cri tical shortage in any emergency. The report was submitted to the office of defense mobilization. Odd has been seeking solutions to a shortage which has been Felt even under the current prosperous peacetime conditions and officials believe would be far worse Simc Bedford co. Soldier Hurt in Korea crash a Bedford county Soldier. Pfc. James l. Watkins. 24, was among 10 gis injured saturday when an army truck went through a Bridge railing in Korea killing 10 other occupants of the vehicle. Pfc. Watkins is the son of or. And mrs. Ralph Watkins of bed Ford. It. 2. The family operates the five Gables restaurant and ser vice station at Cessna. A graduate of Bedford High school and Pennsylvania state University. Pfc. Watkins entered the army oct. 1, 1954. The eighth army truck was taking members of the 24th Divi Sion for a rest and recreation leave j in Japan when it crashed near Kimpo air base Northwest of Seoul. The parents of the Cessna Soldier have not received word As to the extent of his injuries. Houpjr plane lands on Pike Greensburg pa., aug. 9 Light plane Mude an emergency Landing today on the Pennsylvania Turnpike four titles West of the Irwin interchange. The Pilot Stanley j. Marshall of Midvale n. J., told state police he ran out of gasoline. He was in Liburt the visiting in front of the grandstand 1 then mass on the track in i and play several1 numbers in son under the direction of maj pc Chester a Whiting director of u. S. Army Field .band., band guests of the Bedford i ment for the a s. Band then proceed with a two hour Cert intermission -.4_ which the customary free act be presented. Composed of 100 of the musicians ii army this unit travelled 200.000 Miles throughout 1" states Canada. Britain Continental to people of All count Riib a better concept of seven million people and loved the classical popular Novelty music of which Cert consists. The present Day Field band pc Clondes the internationally fam Jap soldiers chorus which my formed trained and is under the direction of chief warrant officer Arthur a Donofrio. Donofrio a master sergeant started five or six voices and built film famous 30-voice group from nucleus the soldiers we As the entire band has formed in Carnegie Hall Wood bowl the san for Aneudi opera House London s Royal few rival Hall the Salzburg music rival in Austria the Elysee theater in Paris and Edinburgh festival in one of the chief features of the u. S. Army Tutt band is the drum Novelty act six men of the percussion set Fly manipulate their such Grace precision it professional jugglers Admire

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