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10 Aug 1955

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10 Aug 1955

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Butte Montana Standard (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Butte, Montana I Butte weather fair through wednesday night. Expected High today 80. Tuesdays temperatures maximum 79 minimum 39. She 4hjo a timer 0txnt>xirirfair vol. A xxx no. 86 established 1876 Butte Anaconda Montana wednesday morning Augustio 1955 Home edition Price 5 cents South Korea fears new red attack rioting continues Seoul lip a South Korea de-1 urged the United states to resume1 dared tuesday a new communist the fighting called again for re-1 attack was near again warned covery of red occupied territory red truce teams to get out and Northwest of Seoul and accused hinted More demonstrations were High russian officers of infiltrating to come. Four Days of rioting a1 the truce inspection setup ready have injured 22 u. S. Sol the hint of new demonstrations Diers. Came in statement repeating even As Cho Chung Hwan. Act that communist czech and polish ing foreign minister issued his members of the Neutral nations warning 700 u. S. Soldiers faced supervisory commission teams 1,500 koreans demonstrating must quit South Korea by Satur against the truce teams at the Jay Midnight. Sweden and Switz near by port of Inchon. Erland Are the other commission about 1.200 railway workers re members informed demonstrators who tues Cho said South Korea could Day were repulsed by tear Gas it want no longer because a the Dan when they tried to storm the to uce Ger is 00 Grea be Day 0j re i teams compound on is ohm in Ana need communist attack too in the Harbor. Seven u. S. Soldiers a Jose were injured by flying rocks and Quot be cannot be responsible for Sticks none seriously nine bore and incident involving members of ans were reported injured. Be commission who fail to with chops warning was one of a be draw a he said Ries of official statements which a to expressed regret that u. S. Safe on catch East coast is alerted Harriman is for Adlai. Lee May Boll for Hurricane threat Mill airmen Are winging Way across Pacific air soldiers had used a bodily Force against korean citizens. He maintained the koreans were conducting Quot peaceful the demonstrators at Inchon broke through a barricade on the causeway which leads out to Wol i Island. U. S. Soldiers fired Blank shells and tear Gas bombs. Other koreans in boats tried to swarm ashore at evil min scene of Peggy Jenno 4, has Only gratitude for Barbara Powroznik 18, who made a running catch As the Little girl fell from the window of her apartment in Detroit. Peggy is in the Hospital recovering from assorted bruises that might have been serious if Barbara had not been so Quick. Chicago up a gov. Averill Harriman of new York said tuesday j a i Haven to changed my mind i m for Adlai Stevenson for the dem socratic presidential nomination next year. I Harriman also predicted a the democrats Are going to win in 1956.�?� the new York Democrat spoke up at a news conference on his j arrival for the 47th annual gov j or Norse conference where some of his gubernatorial colleagues of both parties have been saying they regard him As a potential democratic candidate next year. Quot you Are not a candidate a a reporter asked. Quot in a for Adlai Stevenson a liar very Rev. Kavanagh father i Toff Are named monsignor a Post Wilmington n. C., said in path of big storm Hatteras n. Up a erratic hour. Her future movement the Hurricane Connie threatening the Bureau said a is expected to a j entire East coast with her 135-mile slow and erratic but most Likely winds wallowed off the Carolinas in a northwesterly Mainland tuesday night. Earlier Connie had been moving directly in her path Lay the port steadily at to toll Miles an hour City of Wilmington n. �,., Only a toward this Atlantic outpost Tew Miles from where Hazel came the altered course raised a new ashore last october to wreak havoc threat to the South Carolina coast 65 million had jobs in july Tokyo pm the la u. S men released by red China de Wain. i it la j parted for Home wednesday aboard Gety Macarthur historic Landing Jwj few Kocor two Plush air transports equipped Quot adj. With bunks other u. S. Soldiers repulsed Washington Riman remarks preceded a dinner a a reti.1,/�?T to which Stevenson had invited Harriman and others at Stevenson a suburban Libertyville Home. Harriman said he had no intention of raising the question of Stevenson a own political intentions. I republicans too were getting in a i on the political Hay making that is the major sideline of the Gover norms meeting. One Gor governor. J. Rare Ken Lee of Utah declared tuesday he would Bolt to the democratic party next year if it puts up the right kind of candidate. Otherwise Republican governors appear to be solidly behind zip a almost 65 Benhower. Helena up a two roman Rev. Amleto Cicognani Catholic priests of the Helena Dio Delegate. Cese have been named Domestic the new rank for both priest prelates by Pope Pius Xii. Carry the title of right reverend All the Way into Canada. A vacationland still rebuilding aft they Are the very Rev. R. Vin monsignor. But Connie s future course was or the winds and water of Hurri cent Kavanagh president of car it. Rev. Msgr. Kavanagh a a Uncertain and the weather Bureau Cane Pazej wrecked a Large por and the the of Park county has served warned All coastal areas from Tion of the Beach front property i Harleston s. C., North to keep a and Holiday facilities the Henry he Rev Norbert c. Hoff pastor of on the College s faculty since 1931 the immaculate Conception Par where he headed the department ish Butte. Of English. He was named the the most Rev. Joseph m. Oil school s president in 1951. More Bishop of the Helena Dio msgr. Kavanagh also is presi Cese tuesday said he received Dent of the foundation of Mon we Ord of the honors from the most Tana private colleges and is cur Rentle serving on committees of the National Catholic educational Assn. And the Northwest association of secondary and higher schools. Msgr. Kavanagh is a graduate of butter sold Central High school and is the son of mrs. Bridget Kavanagh Mueller apts., Butte. By. Rev. Msgr Hoff came to the a president Helena diocese in 1914 from Mil Waukee wis. He served As Carroll president signs Reserve Bill despite feelings Washington up Eisenhower tuesday signed legis and Holiday facilities. The beaches Sharp Eye on Ber. Are at the height of their season Tell est1 the weather and thronged with vacationers. Bureau said she was 300 Miles earlier it appeared that Connit Southeast of Wilmington and mov definitely would bypass South caring Northwest at 6 to 7 Miles an Olina. Northward the Eastern Seaboard mindful of three disastrous hurricanes last year already had plunged into maximum preparations against the possibility Connit might strike the land with full Force. The weather Bureau warned All coastal regions from Charleston to new York Ipp two korean Provincetown mass., to stay Alert veterans told tuesday of watching it described Connie As a dangerous from sickbed As an am bean storm and said a fall precautions veterans claim yank tossed 2 gis to death Thev left at 130 n in 19 30 p in tear Gas my Aday an attempt million americans had paying jobs Stevenson has been holding sort Iann Ivins to Pentagon limited ollege vice pres Dent in a am a t 40 below zef0 Wearb. The Protection of life and property most tuesday by up to 4-��� demonstrators to in july a new High for the naj of open House for democratic gov authority to use persuasion and its president from 1920-32 he was prisoners into 40 Daciow Zero u earn Proie cuon of me Ann property. My . Storm the truce team billets at the Tiona the government said tues errors several have visited him compulsion to build up the nation s appointed pastor of the Butte. Their plane is due at Travis air s0u Beas port of Pusan. Fifteen Day in another report of National already and come away with no military reserves. Church in 1942 after to years on a third eyewitness testified both Richane raised the possibility of con Force base Northeast of san fran soldiers have been Hurt at Pusan Prosperity. Definite word Tat Stevenson sex he issued a statement saying the the faculty at the University of prisoners were alive when expelled Sid Erable delay before its final Liq my army sergeant cast two ill fellow should be taken immediately for a due Protection of life and the slowed movement of the Hur Cisco at 8 a m. In a it. None seriously. Some 2.471.000. Or 3 7 per cent pets to try for renomination in Bill Quot Falls Short of the program notre Dame. By saturday or sunday at the sit Down protests were staged at of the civilian labor Force were 1956. But they say too that he he recommended hut he is a latest the la will be at Home with the three other ports of entry out of work. The unemployment certainly Hasni to slammed the door proving it because of provisions relatives they have not seen since where the czech pole Swiss and total thus dropped nearly a million to another attempt. That will Quot definitely strengthen the they flew off to War. Swedish teams operate. These Are below july a year ago and about Harriman rejected As too Quot iffy Reserve col. John Knox Arnold and the Bunyan on the West coast Kang 200,000 from the preceding month or inappropriate nearly All efforts the Bill is designed to expand to other crewmen shot Down Dur Ming on the East coast and the secretaries weeks of Commerce to draw him out on next years the 700,000-Man trained Reserve ing the korean War were Given a aj4�?oase. City of Taegu in South and Mitchell of labor gave the political possibilities. But in re Force to 2.000.000 men by getting Choice of routes. They chose the Central Korea one that will take them to Hawaii for a restful Layover. They wanted no fuss Over them by a mass reunion with relatives at Travis As the air Force had planned. So from Travis they will travel to the military or civilian Airport nearest their Homes. While most of them went shopping or visiting and were Content Jimmy Fogarty Butle boy 7, is serious after traffic Accident a a unprecedented employment Fig spouse to a question whether an More youths into the reserves and urea in a report which said with announcement that Stevenson requiring them to keep up train satisfaction would run for renomination would eng. Federal Money earmarked for work at Airport a the rate of employment in stir up a a factional fight internal Yin i a f Ninsi Montial a be sum a Federal for crease during the past five months Lye among the democrats the gov Ane funds has been made available i flare up of explosive terror has not been matched since the error replied there would be Quot Dif i Post War reconversion period of Ferencek of opinion about it of and that one of them vainly Plad course is definite. a to come Back i earlier it had appeared that a the threw them out because he Connie would reach the Mainland did not want to hear them moan wednesday morning. At the 8 land testified one witness at Forward rate it would take a mho army court martial of 23-Vear two Days for the Eye to reach or old sgt. James c. Gallagher. A i but High Waves already Pou thought it was a pretty Rotten the Carolina beaches As Resi thing for one american to do to up and Down the coast rushed orations. Tides along the Ca both veterans said they feared coast were j to 3 feet Abo their own lives during the Mal. In a Hurricane flags still was course. 1946.�?� i the number of employed Rose to 64,995.000, close to a million above 7 was re be Prev Ous record established in to forget their Long ordeal one ported seriously injured when in a tap a near a 2 850- k 0 higher shown no inclination to switch. Twin Jhu not Jdant a the civil aeronautics admin communist prison Camp four years Cape Lookout South of i a f t hic r Oto Chrit Pis ration to be matched by City a a Norfolk but the Amir signed it at is duty Surg t a fund for improvements at Tho Quot like a bartender bouncing a be extended at any Tim several Southern governors sup had clone so was sued at the Buttof. Evora it jaw announced drunk. Like a sack of spuds a j heavy seas pounded d ported Eisenhower against Steven Whu h Al with son three years ago and have Crew member was willing to talk struck by an automobile tues about the incident that led to their Day night Between 8 30 and 9 being jailed As of clock in the intersection of capt. Eugene j. Vaadi Clayton Clark and West Quartz streets. N. Y., disclosed to newsmen the police officers Walter Eslick b29 narrowly missed being blown and Earl Holman said the child out of the sky when it was shot apparently suffered a compound Down on a leaflet dropping Mission leg fracture numerous cuts and Over North Korea Jan. 12, 1953. Possible concussion. The report Vaadi the Pilot said two migs was not immediately confirmed attacked simultaneously a so close by Community memorial Hospital i could almost see the Pilot of pending detailed examination one Jet. One knocked out an in but a source indicated the boy Gine and the second knocked off was painfully Hurt part of the right wingtip. The Driver who said he is a a third Mig passed High be Edgar Boyd 24, of 215 n. Pm tween the first two and let Loose met was Riding with his 2-year-two rockets he related. A your old son in the car. He told to scanner saw them coming. Ice when he appeared Volun Quot luckily i was slightly in a turn tardy to report the mishap that continued Page to col. 5 continued Page to col. 2 _ in Washington d. C., tuesday was the Way they described the near Beach cottages an a sidle through the office of sen Mike i ejection from their mud Hovel of Sand dunes thrown up t Mansfield. Two dysentery patients allegedly North Carolina resort than july a year ago. As Harriman billed tuesday the main provisions of the legis the proposed improvements a be hands Gallagher. Last years Dysas Trcy in july 1953, last month of the nights dinner with Stevenson it lotion Hajj for be Extension of the , one witness testified Hazel. Korean War. The working Force was to be just a Friendly social i. Youths under 181 a years can North Northwest South Southeast Galiagher Lay Down in his room to North Carolin h avoid the draft by volunteering for runway to an Overall length of relax it even As the victims stiffened men red Cross d 3-6 months training then serving 7000 feet or an additional 2,000 and raze onside. Isle civil air patrol 7h years in the reserves under feet j0 the present strip a taxi-1 one of the witnesses sgt. Done coast guardsmen stood a a 250,000 annual quota. They can Way paralleling the runway and air a 2/�?T Cottonwood ala., Cue work. Also Volunteer directly for the re construction of aprons at ban. Stand to re enact for the the new radar station at c serves serving from five to eight ars j eight member military court the Hatteras installed this summer years. These improvements would Tanner in which cps Johp w. Help track the tropical storms to. 2. These volunteers and men mayor Tim j. Sullivan said put Jos was throw to is death. Zigzag up the coast watched Tor 1 a to Gnu recital left Jones Connie a movements. In i actual Day summer Encampment or a 30 airlines and would under Omer to a Fiew trd1 1 a Quot Yuul Day summer Camp. Failure to do gency conditions permit landings Reno Kin j the Board of county commis $70,362.08 by taxation and a Levy so Means a 45-Day recall to Active an j takeoffs by big military �?~1 a f my or Haring Sirop Amar sinners tuesday posted their bldg of 2.4 Mills. I duty or for the six months train planes. A Quot Quot it for fiscal 1955-56, calling for other Mill levies and amounts yes it a two year draft Call. Quot we have had the application korean War in a red Chi expenditure during the year end a to be raised by taxation appear. 3 mayor Sullivan county budget fixed at $1,532,000 for year Levy is raised 1.6 Mills 4. I Cuoc Vuini Sicvio Iii Vii in Adjui i 1111 u. J ii \ an cuu Tut h he Citrin Goritil i it t hereafter going into service Are re the Butte Airport in condition to1 my _ g to r Elj quire while in the Active reserves permit Landing of the stratosphere f Vui to attend 48 weekly drills and a 17 planes now used by commercial a of Quot quoted the a _ _ a a i Din a ,. V 1111 i courtroom testimony but by state Highway Survey planned Helena up a a private Engi will arrive in Helena next a Rry draftees and volunteers for in for Federal Aid for some three nurse a Arne in j9- the murders1 trying to get out of the line of he stopped immediately and As. A a one 3�. In in the final budget Are regular service from tuesday on. Months a mayor Sullivan said were described As unpremeditated to Man plan with of. Fire. H i haunt turned hey would listed by Constable de Mulhol this amount $1 126,425.53 is to agricultural Extension agent can sferve4 12 months then Volun when informed of the Grant a and second degree or a come Quot a Tes adv of the have hit our mid a Ion they land who was nearby d the be raised by taxation requiring 24 min $7 036.21 county free Eer for Transfer to the reserves we Are very Happy to learn that no motive has been Given for Tate s he Hwan and St to needs would have blown us Clear out of child to the to Spital a total Levy of 44.32 Mills. Library 25 Mills $7 329 38 Dis for a period of total Active and funds have Heen made available. I the slayings Excel Sta is nig Huay and Street needs. 1 mrs. James Fogarty the Moth the Bud fiet for 1954 55 was $1- i trained to serve apr vice of four we hone thai the non int pan he i Vin. The rites arranged for Theo Russel be raised by taxation requiring a total Levy of 44.32 Mills. The budget for 1954-55 was $1,-470,963.18, requiring a tax Levy of or who lives at 65914 w. Granite and the boys grandmother Mills were notified and they went to a principal item in the increase the Hospital. The boys father is this fiscal year is a mandatory believed to have been in Whiten one half Mill for reclassification Hall tuesday night. If lands calling for an expend the funeral of miss Theo police said they were told the lure of $14,658.77 the re Knight Russel 75, mining City Fogarty boy was pulling a Wagon classification program was or native and a teacher for 40 years in which another child was rid leered in a Law passed by the 1955 years in the Butte schools will ing when he was struck. Legislative Assembly in the Butte schools will be con or. Boyd was booked tech be .24 Mills $7, Library .25 Mills $7,329.38 Dis a Tunas Nave Oten Naae Avau Auie. The slayings except As testimony the mint nne High was commis strict no. 9 maintenance no Levy train Ltd Reserve service of four be Hope that the project can he Bas pictured Gallagher As a Camp Jon Aid 1 p Nuckie chief en-$13,000 garbage District 4.75 years. The annual ceiling is 1d0, carried to completion without j buy intent on courting favor with 1 45 too. They May also Complete Reg ular service Volunteer under a 2 x also provided in the govern Mills $35,625 retirement Mills $13 195 89 the commissioners were faced 000 yearly quota to Seive another ment Grant is some Money for labor a Ting Quot with the Quot red Chi is Lear w the the no elem n Vear in the , then request acquisition of lands located be conviction carries a Maxi and will carried out by the county ducted in the Sherman and Reed Mically without charge while the Board Kyd a direction of the state Chapel thursday at 2 of clock investigation continued. He was a 0 qua a on the Rev. Lewis Abbott of the released on his own recognizance. The budget is based on a tax first Presb Tyrian Church will of-1 Able valuation of $29,317,535, com Fici ate. Interment will be in Nixon on vacation i pared to a taxable valuation of mount Moriah cemetery. Los Angeles up vice pres-1 $29,752,025 last year. The differ death occurred monday eve ident Richard Nixon arrived by ence is largely due to decreased Ning in a Missoula Hospital. Plane tuesday from Washington automobile taxable valuations Transfer to the standby or inactive Pond to end 0f he reserves. South Southeast runway. 4. Men who have completed a Quot if that land can be acquired Tive service or were in service be at a reasonable sum the in is chinese captors. Gallagher also is accused of col Nese. Mum a Ronconi n fir. J i i to the commission authorized the present penalty of life at hard labor. Hish it Bej court martial began aug. 3. A. A. This year with the problem of raising More Money for county government and operation on a taxable valuation smaller than for 1954-55. They found it necessary to raise the Mill Levy by 1.6 Mills for tuesday Are under no Obliga pavements can be made a the for the actual murder of i Pris Ginger for the automotive safety foundation Washington d. C., was engaged As a consultant for the Montana Survey. Tion to keep up Reserve training mayor said. However those entering service mayor Sullivan said that h after mid-1951 still have a total will Call a civic committee As considerably less than had been requested. The increase in this in order to Cope with the situation. In almost All cases the commissioners allotted the various. ,. A a county departments and funds eight year obligation making those Well As the Airport committee to then he without combat experience or civil-1 Gether in the next few Days to Ian skills liable for first Call in map out details of the Brush fire emergencies. They there is yet a question of tar s Paa re Dolce the total period of this Ping be local level to be is a Tuio Outia nuo Iii. x Xxxi. A awning la. A 7415 year s amounts obligation by volunteering for the arranged he reported. Miss Russel had been principal with his wife and two children for and a drop ordered by the state,10 _ Active reserves and keeping up the Butte chamber of com of the Sherman school in Walker a weeks vacation including some Board of equalization in taxable training. Merce with other civic Organiza Ville the last to years prior to Golf. J valuations of railroads operating Jyles juls6nilow6r i 5. The president has authority to tons Industry and business have her retirement in 1945. In the county the commissioners p up j Call up a maximum of one million been cooperating in plans to she was born in june 1880, of explained. I Ebing Thoi Xii reservists without consulting con Date mayor Sullivan said. Pioneer parents the Rev. J. R. Ivi at 51 fill chairman Frank Gorsh and Gettysburg a. We presi Gress in an emergency designated Russel and Fannie Forbis Russel. Tuii Iudici m vol Llull commissioners Gene Daly and Dent Eisenhower said tuesday his i by him. Her father first presbyterian Willis Gerry pointed out that the wife is resting in bed on doctors owners in Korea. Many to attend chamber dinner minister in Montana founded the churches in Missoula Butte Deer Montana East a fair with Lodge and Helena. Her Mother gradually rising temperatures on had crossed the Plains in 1864 wednesday and thursday highs and settled in Virginia City. Wednesday 80-90. Miss Russel was graduated Montana West a fair on from Butte High school and a wednesday and wednesday night Normal school that existed Here becoming partly Cloudy thursday then. She held teaching positions afternoon gradually rising tem in various schools before going Pera Tures High wednesday 80-90. To the Sherman. She was a member of the Butte Homer club the order of the the table maximums Are for the 12 hours minimums for the 18 hours end a Stern Star daughters of thet 530 m tuesday. American revolution and the presbyterian Church. She moved Montana High Low Pep. To Missoula in july 1953. Billings Are Sisters Charlotte Russel and Broadus mrs. Carl Jordan both of mis a Butte Soula and several nephews and Cut Bank nieces. Mrs. Jordan at present is Dillon in Greece where her husband is Drummond helping to install a Power Plant under the Marshall plan. Wilson has Tough task Washington a Secre tary of defense Charles e. Wilson great Falls Havre Helena Lewistown said tuesday he expects to act i Livingston Mentz of recommending a successor to air Secretary Harold e. Talbott Missoula. West Yellowstone 83 58 82 51 79 62 79 39 80 46 84 46 80 37 85 49 83 52 82 47 83 48 80 40 81 45 86 51 85 52 83 44 79 44 85 46 final budget is identical in All important respects with a prelim Washington up a three Montana cities will receive a total of $136,178 from the government As part of the Federal Aid Airport program sen. Mike Mansfield Dimont said tuesday. I the civil aeronautics administration told Mansfield that Billings will receive $42,768 to acquire land orders but a a she ii be All Beaverhead Rock. To supplement this word assist _ Mary budget posted july 27. And White House press Secretary dedication today there were no serious objections i Murray Snyder checked with maj. The a Beav hold raised to the preliminary budget Walter Karh assistant whim Helena i put a me Keaton each by interested britons who con As reported i Hanpt Errlin we Quot dese feared with the commissioner cd. 0. Mean revolution will dedicate last week is is Mere Quot reaver head Rock wednesday budget for the general fund tin d he had a very Active week Observance of i Lewis and Clark re ear zone and run Quot a Exten is set at $728,423.34, of which Ndu be had several guests and expedition sesquicentennial. A a will Rococo �r7 4in to by. E r Linn chairman of the tax As to types of Road users and Bene $586,350.70 is to be raised by tax-1 just typed y0u know r was very it was 150 years ago when Indi and no runway to 7 too feet con committee and a close Friend of fits to be received by the publication on a 20-Mill Levy. I hol up Berean guide Sacajawea pointed out struck another taxiway and Acron the internal Revenue commis and the property adjacent to the poor fund is budgeted at the sen Howers Are spending the and Mark to members of the i and. Sooner. The dinner will Start at 6 30, through highways and improved ill receive $6,000 thursday evening. I streets. Beaverhead j to reconstruct an apron. Afternoon. I. I i commended by the Montana fact the tall Reddish Blond sergeant f a committee on highways. The first american to be tried a Reet and Bridges. Buckley is to be in Helena next wednesday and thursday. The fact finding committee was created by the 34th legislature to report on How the states roads could be brought up Quot to acceptable standards and at an equitable distribution of costs. The demand was brisk tuesday the committee pointed out it for tickets to the chamber of was in no position to make its Commerce dinner thursday night own Survey being limited by Law when t. Coleman Andrews com to an expenditure of $35,000 in two missioner of the United states years. Internal Revenue service will be since much of the information the speaker those planning to is in planning Survey files ii Sug attend Are advised to get their tested employment of the safety tickets without delay at the Cham foundation in a consultative Caber of Commerce. Parity. The event promising to he the committee said this would among the most outstanding of do away with possible charges that Community gatherings is Spon the committee was influenced by sorted by the tax committee of the local pressures. Chamber of Commerce. Robert once the Highway needs and d. Corette president of the costs Are established the commit chamber will preside and or. Tee would turn its attention to tax Andrews will be introduced by action methods assignment of costs Lewis and Clark a located near the and Madison county line Between the a $360,675.35, of which $293,675.35 the week Here at their farm and must be raised by taxation. afternoon the president Mill Levy for the poor fund is set roamed about the place in a run at to Mills. About Auto and accepted two More. A one Mill Levy is set for the livestock gifts a Holstein Heifer by on and to Lyl j1 8�?T.,., Vith civic Center with $62,977.35 and a Berkshire hog. In the morn a of y i i Iii budgeted and $29,317.35 to be ing he played Golf shooting a 39, a state historical i Turku in Spe raised by taxation. I four Over Par on his second nine Ciar ceremonies. The Road fund is budgeted at holes to tie his own record for $195,500 for 1955-56, with $48,000 nine holes. To be raised by taxation on a As he drove around the farm four Mill Levy. The Road fund has Eisenhower talked of How mrs. Or. Andrews is expected to arrive by plane late wednesday soul is purged heavy receipts from Auto license1 Eisenhower is enjoying their Home and a to ii a Tho a rips i i fees and other sources. The Here which was completed just a1 of saint4 Cabman Church Don Al p doing nicely. Cow has quads Hollister. Calif. u. A. Red China Farmer Sven Petersen a cow paid off an 844,756-to-l shot tuesday i she had quadruplets. I the Mother a Holstein Guern soy Cross Breed and the four be United states and communist shaky legged offspring were re talks to resume Geneva Switzerland up a negotiations Between ambassadors of Bridge fund for which $22,379 is few months ago. If. De Oyer 12 hand Nir Frook Namon budgeted on a Levy of .73 Mills Quot my wife does no to want to go j _ \ f Nistank to Neoliee i Lyrl t0r is named Nolle fir Tho a a Lipinn of it Toi Imbo Back to Washington and she a. T a. A. Washington a Calls for the raising of $21,401 80 by taxation. The Bond interest and sinking fund another Large item in the budget Calls for the raising of tuesday. He said he found them the Agri China recessed for another 24 hours at the request of the chinese will be resumed thursday. It was believed that piping a a ambassador Wang pin Yang need Doe Send to want to go to Denver a a. ,t it Quot culture dept. Tuesday named mar de additional time to Confer with this summer a the president told i pm a confessional slam 01 be tin d. Garber businessman of j his government but he gave no visitors with a chuckle wants to stay right a she Church. 4 Enid okla., As director of its food reason for asking that tuesdays distribution division. Recess by extended. Fact or fallacy taking too Many vitamins increases weight not at All. Only calories increase poundage. Vitamins have no calories. But if you a like to fatten up the old Bank account want ads Are famous for it have a spare room place a rent and. Have things to sell Sale ads bring buyers. Call 5451 for an a writer. Advertisers Cash Calory prospectors outfit $8. Be 0000

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