1 - . Ti7 tti r r- I I c 1 K I it Skl.miMZiWm I 1 1 toiiMU L . l y Observr, La Grande, Ore., Mon., Nov. 23, 1959 Ptg u 0enson SeesTegislative Cut On Wheat Surplus Payments QUEEN AND HER COURT Nancy Gray, ti liter, was crowned queen of the Ski Carnival Friday night to repre sent the senior hn;h school. Net ha Khodig, left, and Camilla Oerley form the new queen's court. .Miss Gray represented the junior class in the competition. Miss Rho dig is a sophomore and Miss Oerley a senior. (Observer Photo) SHOOTING CHAMP KILLED Authorities said Eugene Duraut . PAID IN FULL WAUPACA. Wiv 'll'l' - The .Jr., ,7, of Waukesha. Wis., was BKDKOKD. Ind. (fl'l.-A man Junior champion of the Grand sruk hy a shotKtin slu Satur- who took a free ride on a Ims American Traihoot tus been day, the first day of the Wiscon killed in a hunting ai-eident. in deer season. The shooting was rl,u-,l accidental. 1. -i' &L JUNIOR HIGH COURT Carol Easley, center, was crowned queen for the local junior h'sh school at Friday's annual ski carnival. Miss Easley is a ninth grade student. Her court is composed of Candy Howard, left, and Susan Kaufman. Candy is a seventh grade student and Susan represented the eighth grade. (Observer Photo) 34 years ago paid his fare over line since 1H23, said he found $2 CONCLUDE TRADE PACT in his office. Attached to the bit,, rZ7SSJii Charles Pelizzari, who has op- was a note explaining the money sjx r so-billion-ruble (about oiated (he Bedlord-Mitchel bus was owed for a bus ride in l!t23. f,ve billion dollars! trade agree- Firm Newt Roundup WASHINGTON I TI ' - Ayri ' culture Secretary Kra Tuft Ben son predicts that Congress will pass leg'slation to cut the multi-billion-dollar wheat surplus even though farm income is expected to tumble next year. Benson said that by next July t. the government will have a'Kiul $3,500,000,000 invested in surplus wheat piled up under the present price support and acreage control program. It soon will cost the government $1.2"i0.00u a day for storage, hand ling and interest on Die backlog, he said. Benson admitted the predicted drop in liKSO farm income holds some danger for the administra tion's proposed slash in wheat price supports . But he told a news conference yesterday: "1 can t help but feel that Con gress will take note of this 'sur plus cost' and pass remedial leg islation." 1 TENTH BODY IDENTIFIED MIAMI (CPU National Air lines today announced positive identification of another body, the tenth so far, in the Gulf of Mexi co crash of a Tampa. Fla.. to New Orleans flight which killed 42 persons. The latest victim identified was Arnold Brooks Bates of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. ment, Tass news agency reported Sunday. The Agriculture Department ha ii healed that net farm income next year will fall to the lowest level since I!t42. Benson said the overall farm income picture is not as gloomy as reports indicate, partly be cause of a record-high income from non-farm jobs and because I here will be some Improvement in prices for hogs and dairy and poultry products. He said farmers are showing increasing support for his propo sal to trim wheat support prices and eliminate federal planting controls. WASHINGTON LPl An Ag riculture Department report showed today that the volume of nio-t grains moving Into federal price support programs was down from last year's level. But it wasn't true for corn and rice. Through Oct. 31, more than 2.7UO.OOO bushels of corn were un der support, twice the amount in the same period last year. For coin, however, it was still early in i he price-support season. Through the same date, nearly 2.k).'xm) hundredweight of rice were under support, up more than 23 per cent from last year. But price support activity (or wheat was down sharply. About 2li2.575.OO0 bushels of 1959KTOp w heat were under support through Oct. 31. This compared with near ly 434 millions bushels one year earlier. There also were substantial de creases in price supiwrt activity for barley, oats, and grain sor ghums, the department reported. est Wishes From Meadow Gold For Your Meadow: Gold Wc Join With You In Counting Our Many Blessings This Thanksgiving Day! BHIGHIEH YOUR HOLIDAY FESTIVITIES BY serving MEADOW GOLD Serve These Fine Meadow Gold Dairy Products For Your Thanksgiving Meals, Desserts 6- Snacks . . . HADE ONLY AS MEADOW GOLD CAN MAKE IT! Smooih . . . satisfying . . . richly flavored ... the lradiiional drink of mellow, good cheer! I1EAD0W GOLD ICE CREAM and SHERBET Available In All Flavors WONDERFUL FOR DESSERT TOPPINGS! MEADOW GOLD HOMOGENIZED MILK TRU-JERSEY MILK SOUR CREAM CHEESE Bulfer Half & Half Meadow Gold Dairy Producls Are Made From Rich Cream And Milk Produced By Ouislanding Dairy Herds Of Union County. Products Are Transported Daily To Your Grocer By Refrigerated Truck. GOOD EATING FROM MEADOW GOLD DISTRIBUTORS "S LA GRANDE NEIGHBORS "Let Your Grocer Be Your Milkman"