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Boone News Republican (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Boone, Iowa Editorials change is accomplished talk of Prosperity in political and business circles much of it touched with the budding Hopes for another Republican Victory in 3956, have been receiving some unnoticed support from the Relief figures. In August 1954, Relief Rolls began an upward trend. Last april How Ever a Sharp reversal occurred. Some 381.000 families were receiving state Aid in March. This dropped to 357,000 in april and Ank to 330,000 in May. Money paid out for Relief of course do creased accordingly from a High of $21,908,000 to a May Low of pers $17,950,000. F0lk that More people in the United states Are better situated today is the most evident implication of these figures but equally important i the fact that this happened in an Economy primarily geared tor peacetime production. What the figures say indirectly is that the change Over from j an Era of War production pointed out by president Eisenhower and other administration spokesmen on biggest fiscal problem has been a it even if the level of this pros republicans still can claim that too years ago in Washington by Harman w Nichols Washington up a the papers too years ago about this time were not concerned with the doings of Congress. There was a yellow fever epidemic in nearby Virginia. Many had died. According to accounts. 7.000 is already had fled the Norand Portsmouth areas and All of the stores in Portsmouth. At least were boarded up. One of the there is a time coming when Man will know everything there is to know about everything. Every Day we read of How another curious mind a usually that of a scientist a has torn away still another veil from the working of the universe and its creatures. The latest to come up with an answer to a question that has go around and having to sleep on a sofa that was too Short for them having to get up in the Middle of the night and walking their bawling calves or. Balchus find is a great one a there can be no doubt about that. Think of How Leonardo a Vinci Shakespeare and scores of other great minds would have liked to have known that cows Don t sleep. It could easily have changed their whole lives. Or. Balchus sacrifice of sleep to science makes me feel ashamed of myself and it should make millions of others like me who never try to ferret out the unknown feel ashamed. I intend to do something about it. And i just Hope that Iti be vigilant and patient enough to leave behind me something that added to Many a knowledge. But where to begin unanswered questions. Do roosters sneeze what would be wrong with that for a beginning nobody knows for sure whether Boone Newt Republican w , to unit to. Ever smack its lips docs it Thev do or not so i am going to make a sound like a Yum Yum buy a rooster and watch him Day do bullfrogs Chew gum no and night when he catches a cold. Bod knows for sure because no do ant caters like ants or done has Lakin he me t0 ind out. Won t you join me in some Sci they just eat ants because their parents told them ants were Good for them a i will go to a zoo and in Tiftic research study an ant eater at Mealtimes distributed by Mcnaught syn Well there Are any number of and watch its expressions. Does it dictate inc confounded Man since the Dawn publications spoke editorially of time 1s or c c Balch of the the wonderful Job done by faculty of Britain a University of Reading he has proved Condu t under their leade rapids Gazette. Presumably several occasions As the nation s of polished fairly comfortably. Crit does not hold until 1956, i most difficult change was made Thev won t Overlook tax Reform the state committee for studying the tax Structure and making the Sisters of Chanty who a nursed the sick and comforted the the Only mention of the president. Franklin Pierce was to the effect that he had made a few appointments. They had to do with Small jobs in Illinois new sively that cows do not. Sleep. They Are night watchmen on a 24-hour shift. A mattress Salesman would starve to death at a Dairy. Or. Balchus findings Are the result of years of research a years Hampshire and a couple of other s spent in steeling himself with states. No names were mention-1 Black Coffee and staring cows in de neither the jobs. Were the nature of the Eye around the clock. He Nev i or saw one even doze never meeting with various groups will get sound suggestions for relax establishment of the state. The recommendations for tax reforms this summer in the Hope that it modelling the hit and miss committee Hopes to bring order out of chaos and uniformity out of the present staggered system of raising funds for Iowa. The chief complaint that one hears about taxes other than that they Are too High is that they Are unfair. There is scarcely a taxpayer in the state or a group of taxpayers who cannot Point out to anyone who will listen the fact that their taxes Are unfair. Their traditional comment is a i done to mind paying my share of taxes but i want everyone to be taxed on a basis of comparative Equality or words to that effect. It follows then that some basis of sound. Fair assessment is the first fundamental in the new Iowa tax Structure that is to be. Present methods of assessing make that goal a difficult one to achieve. Once a sound basis of assessment has been set up then the matter of the amount of the taxes is just a matter of How much the people demand. Taxes Are levied to pay for the things the state does for its people. The More the people want the higher the that is one fact that should be impressed upon every tax there Are plenty of Folk who yell for wider roads and is the governor or the legislature for raising taxes to pay roads. It is time to teach the taxpayer that he is the person completely responsible for the tax Bill that he receives and he is the fellow who can lower taxes if he news Telegraph. A Good band heard one snore even after an sex an interesting item came up Ini haunting Day of grazing far and the most prominent paper of the i Day m Washington the intelligencer. It concerned one John a. J Washington. He advertised for a House servant and waiter. He said j a i wish to Purchase for my own j use a negro Man not exceeding 30 years of age with his wife and wide Over the Meadow. Cows Are the Only creatures with their peculiarity despite the belief in some quarters that disc jockeys share it with them. Or. Balch is now working a or i suppose he is a on finding out Why cows refuse to sleep. A fear children. The negroes to be of had dreams an unwillingness to endure the tortures of having to get up in the morning when they a give anything to Roll Over taxes. Payer then c for the new editorial quote alter that Kirst alarm Marshalltown times rep Hcan about the mid thirties we Start going downhill physically speaking As one medic of our acquaintance so comfortingly put it a we die a Little bit every of course we put up mental blocks so the significance of such statements can to get into our thick j j Heads and pose uncomfortable problems. It is natural for a person to feel that his age is the right one. Youngsters Are Green oldsters in their dotage. The illusion of which we coddle leads us to assume that we can Cut up like Al ways and Only pay a moderate Price with value received. One Day comes a rude Awakening. It ainu to so. Distress signals go up like rockets and we Are Apt to completely reverse our Field and assume without hesitation that we arc mortally stricken. But maybe there is a Chance. So we get an examination and maybe some Medicine a dose of psychology and a lot of Good advice such As avoid foods which disagree with us. We know what they Are take it easy on hot and cold dishes. Try them warm and Cool. Chew food thoroughly and eat leisurely. Pass up Greasy Fried messes. Use condiments and Salt and Pepper sparingly. Algona Advance now a needs i Road Quot. Iowa needs roads Widen i de. Iowa also needs Good roads. I if the Black top now advocated i of the commission and the governor is Good the state will be grateful if it Isno to it would seem like wasting nine million dollars. Sound health and slaves for life a there was news about hot weather and the cold to come. A place called Blakiston s Bav j or another hour or so of shut ill Ion somewhere near the Capi Jec fear of being sold to a Dairy Tot was whooping it up for rooms hat did t have enough Beds to for $30 per month or for a Short i or Stop $1.25 a Day. The advertisement said nothing about wheel wife takes crack at Adlai Stevenson available a a Good band of Cottillion music from Washington on hand at All times. Another and encouraged folks to store up w Ood for the cold weather to come. A will deliver Good oak�?$5.50 per Cord. Coal $6.50 a Worth a Fortune some importers with an Eye on sales advertised that they had in bottles a for medicinal purposes the very Best of port wine Brandy scotch ale and Brown Stout to be found rents apparently had gone up a bit. One Man offered a new two Story Brick House with an Chicago. Aug. To up a Adlai e Stevenson a divorced wife said today he knows president Eisenhower would beat him if they both a ran for the presidency in 1956. Mrs. Ellen Borden Stevenson said her sex husband would prefer to wait until 1960 or a second bid for the presidency a but he knows if a does he politically mrs. Stevenson who divorced her husband while he was Gover nor of Illinois described him As a Hamlet who a can t make up his mind about running for to courier the italian attic and basement on 13th Street president. Wate worker is rapidly becoming disillusioned with communism. This demonstrated by the astonishing decline in support for communist shop stewards at Union elections during the first six months of the year. A the loves to be dramatic you which in 1955 is stacked with bus mess houses and where property i know a she added. Is Worth a Fortune. A a the Man asked $23 a month for a a. Nine rooms. And from the tone vow i is up locks lesson in English English words distinguish and a social individual of Fri it by a. Quot Gordon often misused Between a a sociable a sociable is used to persons in the sense % liking companion Ible relating to or As a social Wel of his and it could be concluded that he might come Down a Coin or so if necessary. The new York times printed an item that would Send a modern feature writer for details. All the Story said was a one of the Brooklyn justices fined his own brother $10 for in i Jacj the comment at the end of the item was a impartial Justice Panama. . Aug. To up a a cow held up traffic in the Panama canal monday when it was discovered swimming in the a Tum lock chamber. Officials towed Bossy from the lock and sent her on her Way by Nelv i As a a very set j a a social Mear Gani Zed society often mispronounced Aloha hawaiian salutation. I pronounce a Loha Botn a Sas in a. O As in Low accent second syllable. Often misspelled Una Nimbus observe the i. Synonyms powerful pot California with Over five million vehicles registered has the most of any state and More than Asia Africa find South America combined a dry answer la Salle. 111.�? up a a housewife telephoned mayor b. D. Bruno during a heavy rain to ask a what a the Best Way to keep water from coming into my House Quot a a done to pay your water Bill a Bruno replied. Twenty one years age from the new Republican Able lending efficient easy on the Elbow bending. Flu Entiat. Al Tong sturdy Vig chum. Get of r weight Dow n to Normal. Word Sti by a use a word keep it the re. Its easier to keep three time Ai id it is let the club Are off than to Render it tis increase Lur vocabulary by after it a. Become very much mastering oui word each Day. Attached to us. There is a killer today Wor d meditative in the flesh disposed to think closely and so we ret Over. A Rioual. He i in a Media if we get a stiff enough Jolt we relax and act our age. That a a Good Way to stretch i e life. And who among us ban say he Isnit interested in that Little item Iowa comment . Look learn by a. A Gordon it Elwein Register moving to be one coalition pres Der r has known. Ai a stances no o Nat co he Ensti to d u be c in to j than he of i ii enjoyed been one thing prevents it from Ever being t efficient were taking a course whist Branch of i you be pursuing covered More ii ice. The North or Ordinary foodstuffs rarest Vitamin any Standard cups of Ugar Are there in one Friday evening. Augustio 1934 personal mention or. And mrs. De Keleher of san Antonio tex., arrived thursday for a few Days visit in tilt Home of the former s sister mrs. L. C. Masterson. C. G. By Douglass of la Grande. Iu., visited friends litre today. He is a guest at the Home of his sister mrs Everett Richardson in Ames. He was recently named mint manager of the asset ated press office in Chicago. The condition of mrs Anna Cline 725 South main. Who was recently injured in an automobile Accident remains about the same. Her Back and left shoulder were badly bruised and her right Arm wins broken. Or. And or. John Rice and daughter. Mary of Ocean Park calif., and or and mrs John Grundman and children of St. Louis mo., Are guests in the Paul a. Hasse Home 1318 Tama. Or. And mrs. Harry c. Ohge and daughter Delores and miss Christine Ohge of Indianapolis. Ind., Are arriving saturday for a visit in the parental l. A. Ohge Home. William Shaw of great notch n. J. And his granddaughter Susan Hohn mrs. C. W. Hussey and daughter Jean and son. Ward jr., of Yonkers . Will be guests Over the week end at the e. B. Cordell Home 103 Benton. Mrs. Hussey will be remembered As the former miss Agnes Shaw of this City. Dennis the menace by Ketcham the Boon a we Republican Mary be Mililli unit or a Cablish s a. War co it butt Emir a a a a 6 e is Lune i. I xxx at Tbs pot Effle a Boon Iowa under los aet it March i i United pres service polio cases increase in Iowa last week up to ii a Iii official Piper of cd count an City subscription rates it Cartier per Par Rte All is dance a a is few try Mau to rl<3nt it Boon county towns and Rural rout a in adjoining to Rouaa within a i Mil radius of soon ascent to towns a Vine Carrier delivery t per month la of per year it by i norths ii m i month it it outside Iowa oar month Ilao Par year a. His Paar atop automatically at a Para urn it Tim la us on yours put to a Roe How Ter you Aro to or tomes. Aug. To i number of new a jumped to 45 a lit Aith Depa today. A Tai of 27 were rep envious week. So have been re Peri compared with 364 the Caes ast week Trent Terr ted in far 184 cd this in 1954. I Las year 58 of Iowa a 99 coun have had one or More cases. A unties reporting their first Case t week wire Alla Makee Cedro Gordo Dickinson Kos a Winneshiek. It turn add a. 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