Cumberland Times in Cumberland, Maryland 13 Jul 1958
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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - July 13, 1958, Cumberland, Maryland
Cumberland sunday times sunday july 13 1958 nine by Ovid a Martin plagued the Industry for years Preiti farm reporter the average such farm was re Washington a ported to have Lott Kinc group of Farmers How much a into account charges for capital hour they made from farming last in fact these farms were found to have lost an average of during the Patt four Vears the Type of family farming that brought the highest return was the irrigated Cotton farm in the High Plains of Texas Here the hourly average was its operations were relatively Large averaging 141 acres of the governments rigid control program not far behind was the wheat dry pea farms of Idaho and Wash year i made about an one might reply i made 18 a second might i lost the equivalent of a third might answer All rect three could easily be Cor a new agriculture department Survey of farm returns for showed that average returns to farm operators and members of their families ranged from a mining ton this class was said to Nus an hour to have brought operators and their plus figure of depending an average of for the Type of farm each hour worked these farms the class of farming operation harvested an average of 374 acres that brought a net loss to the operator rather than a gain was sheep ranching in the Southwest where drought conditions have i they ranked High in investment in land and but Low in the scale of earnings were the egg farms of new Jer sey with a loss averaging 29 cents for each hour worked the mall Cotton farms of Eastern Tex As with a net return averaging 18 cents hour and the Small col on farms of the Mississippi Del a with an average of 24 cents no figures were Given for the Murly earnings of operators of the Large Cotton farms of the Del a area because most of the work done on them was by hired labor die department said these farms earned a average of for operators these farms were re ported to have paid out an aver age of each to hired work ers and sharecroppers the Survey showed a relatively wide Range of hourly earnings for operators of midwestern the hog beef fattening farms were listed with an average of an hour the hog beef raising farms an average of 66 cents the Dairy hog farm in Southeastern Minne Sota 58 cents the Dairy farm in Western Wisconsin 63 cents and the Cash Grain farm 66 cents wheat farms other than those in the Pacific Northwest were re Star dust the Lone Star state May lose one tiny twinkle if the would be state of big Bend comes into being cattle counties of Jeff Davis Presidio and Brewster have joined forces to seek separate statehood under the congressional enabling act of 1845 which annexed Texas to the Union the Lone Star re Public was guaranteed right to Divide itself into Many As five states Congress has been caught Short again by United pret International Washington up should women be allowed to Wear shorts while sightseeing inthe Senate or the House of representatives the question comes up about this time each year when Short shorts and Brief tops begin to appear in the galleries to the Dis traction of lawmakers trying to uns Narl details of a new space Agency or farm Bill but its one question Congress ported to have earned from 66 steadfastly has refused to an Indian artist urges for her race Sante be n rioted Indian artist and muralist says nearly Al american indians possess artistic ability but few of them have the Opportunity to develop their talents pop Chalee an Indian maid whose paintings have appeared in leading Art centers throughout the world urges that others of her race be Given the same Opportunity she was Given to develop their talents said miss Chalee i Hope the Day will come when scholarships and Grants will make it possible for All deserving Young indians to attend schools of higher learn miss Chalee said she was Una Ware that she had the Talent for painting but that she had an overwhelming urge for creative expression she took up painting seriously in 1935 and studied it at the United states Indian school in Santa be she married heart teacher and her biggest boost came when she sold her first picture to a Philadelphia tourist for concerning her style miss Cha Lee said All of my pictures and murals Tell a Story they Are based on Indian symbolism legends and cheering the pontiff Pope Pius Xii acknowledges applause and cheers of sailors of u is sixth Fleet during their Vatican City visit a Vatican guard Center presents arms As pontiff passes on his portable throne Center is a number of pontiffs Noble guard with msgr cd Crisp Callori i Vignola papal Chamberlain behind him sailors just completed a Nevers in the Mediterranean an official of the Vatican said yesterday the holy father is in Thebes of physical tour of duty for soldiers in Korea Cut Seoul Korea up the her paintings and murals Are Touroff duty for american soldiers will work soldiers arriving after july 1 Wilt have Only 13 months exhibited in Many Art centers in n Korea is being slashed by to serve in Korea those who have been Here before that Date will have seven Days clipped off the u s and As far off As on fifth of Bay London Paris and Berlin present 16month tour Stanford University has a Perm the Cut has been approved by remainder of their tour for Anent collection of her work and the u s department of in nah Lotf have served her paintings were featured at the san Francisco worlds fair it the last time a person was branded with a hot Iron for a crime in the United states was in 1844 in Pensacola territory of m go into effect july 1 was made in an Effort to every month they have Here prior to july going Home in a few weeks it Doest help me the combat Veteran said but maybe it will the next time in served sent Over Dean who is a member of the the Cut has been in the wind equalize the Tours of army Navy and Many of the sold and air Force personnel in piers had some doubts when they Korea at present the air Force has Only a 12months tour com pared to the army 16months heres the Way the new tour first heard of it ago Formant of them it came too late Sec Alvin Dean of Salinas Calif is one of these info run police company that patrols the Southern portion of the demilitarized zone is rounding put his second tour of duty in Korea he first arrived in Korea in july Days after the conflict began name negro minister Madison Eva Young negro minister the Rev Forrest c stitch recently ordained after being graduated with from Drew theological Semin Ary this month was named to a Washington d pulpit of the Church predominantly Baltimore conference he is of the first serve in it negro cents an hour for the wheat live ser Stock farms of the Northern Plains to 82 cents for the Winter wheat farms of the Southern Plains earnings in the Southeastern part of the country where units generally Are Small ran below the general average the tobacco cot ton farms of the coastal Plains of North Carolina were said to have made an average of 26 cents the Cotton farms of the Southern pied Mont Region earned 33 cents the tobacco livestock farms of Ken Tucky 53 cents and the Peanut Cotton farms of the Southern coastal Plains 60 cents considerably better than aver age hourly earnings were reported for the livestock farms of the West except the cattle ranches of As sen Hubert h Humphrey quipped i cant think of anyone so ornery or obnoxious As to complain about the brightly hued and sometimes Brief hot weather setups we get very few he added with a smile indicating that few if any of the distinguished senators Are unaware of the casual summer Wear displayed in the gallery overhead one Veteran representative re called that a committee once took up a suggested regulation on garb in the visitors galleries but it never got out of commit tee Veteran House doorkeeper Wil Liam Miller Serta Lux smooth top mattress now on for Only Smi Lew my Westinghouse conditioner goes cools any room youre in save on installation and a Lively costs Light weight Allyl Minum construction you an take it Home and put it in the window yourself no special wiring runs on lit House tips 115 volts Bitt 1 he capacity i ample Cooling for extra hot Days or larger rooms yet its a fraction the size of other units Hio unit Comforti cools do Humidifier circulates filters lets you dial quiet Cool or circulation of room air irs a dehumidifier too i wrings water from air As it cools be used in Damp basements As separate dehumidifier plus i quietest of All adjustable directional Grilles Builtin Thermo stat at no extra Cost stores away when not in use 10 Down per week new optional lets you Roll mob Laire conditioner room room for even easier portability rom air Cut Itimus Sterling electric n the Northern Plains the latter claims that 26 years on made a average of 20 Hill the rehash been even while the cattle ranches of the that much of an attempt to set Rocky Mountain area earned tourist garb standards he do dined to take sides in a favorite debate Over whether women shorts Are getting Shorter actually there Are no Regula on to require even a coat on a Isle in the galleries in fact mens Bermuda shorts set off a Small flurry Hen they once appeared arc most As commonplace now As he hawaiian report shirt one senator who declined to i identified suggested that the no big reason there probably Ever will be any regulations is Nisi every tourist no matter hat he or she wears is some Codys constituent dress right drive gains Chicago up Correct garb for teenagers has been a Rcd a incentive for hem to keep out of trouble a spokesman for the american Institute of mens and boys car sponsors of a dress right program in the country schools said that results of the program also show that More at cation to dress stimulates self is pct and increased seriousness Oward school work the spokesman said that about a third of High schools invited to participate in the pro Gram have done so and that most of the others planned to enter t in the fall have found that when the students themselves acc the initiative in formulating and enforcing codes of proper dress such programs Are usual y he said How Ever when the student body fools hat the codes arc forced on them j by school officials or Parent groups they museum visitors prints Tell tale or Austin l Rand chief curator of zoology at Chicago natural history museum says visitors leave toil1 tale Marks of their preferences nil Over the place the nose prints and the fingerprints that visitors leave in the museum arc the Best clues we have to the popularity of sex he explained he illustrated the Point by a comparison of the number of prints found on the Case housing the stuffed figure of the famed Gorilla Bushman and its neigh Bor which contains a family of rabbi like Cora Tinics from Abyssinia the Glass around Bushman fills 24800 up with prints pretty quickly while there is rarely a print on the Hyra xes Case he said limited time Only m4 by h Strun it guaranteed i Good housekeeping life ave nixed in the a Curnol of american Medico compare on any 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