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by Jim Koethe  - means 999 million dollars not spent I ahead of...
means 999 million dollars not spent I ahead of time, and the Federals See H-BOMB, Page 2 pale overdose of accident." received Wire- on taxes that can be spent otherwise by business and consumers. * -Another government action, tak- JJTT \f l?T£ftf A IMTSl en by Secretary of Agriculture Ben- MJ JL iff JE* itCr H A i If A. O | son and reducing the level of price supports for dairy products, also [will mean consumer savings starting today. Butter prices are expect- j ed to go down an average of about |10 cents; cheese prices somewhat jless. Some stores said they would i offer butter at 59 cents, but a 65- ·' 70 cent average was foreseen. 13 Youths Drown I On Fishing Jaunt . \ TYLER i#--The bodies of three j young fishermen were found in {Lake Tyler late yesterday, about \ two hours after the youths' boat jcapsiz-ed and the boys drowned. |" A Lake Tyler concession man · s»id he saw the boat overturn as I the three fished near the dam on 'the lake. He said a strong wind j had made tne lake waters choppy. | The youths were identified as I Dan Willard Florence, 19, Jimmy ' Gibson, IS, and Guy Byaum. 20, jail of Overton in East Texas. Low vear ago M 45 TOPICS" N Optimism Follows Excise Tax Slash By JIM KOETHE jto a little extra buying," said one Record-ChronkI* Staff Writer ; local jewelry merchant. Denton merchants were general- j Another merchant said that the ly optimistic about the effects of j tax cut was loo small. "Five to the bill cutting excise taxes -- |io per cent off an appliance as signed Wednesday by President Ei-1 expensive as a refrigerator isn't senhower and which takes effect { muc h," he said, adding that if it today. \ was "say $50 tJt*a we might have The tax cut, which will be from j something to get excited aboot.-* 5 to 10 percent "will definitely be i . £verv litfle Wt off of ^^ a big sales help." one local ap- M h ri - ces hel ,, 4 pa f?v e d t ale £ Said ' *· aw* dealer, "and our Although there was some dis- ^ agreement about just how much the tax cut would raise sales, most Denton merchants agreed that it would be a boost. *'It won't be a buying bonanza, but it will start talk thai will lead realize a benefit.'* See TAX CUT, Page Extra CItan, Ut* Cadillac Hudson Sedint. Term*. SmtiS piymtnl. Mark

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  1. Denton Record-Chronicle,
  2. 01 Apr 1954, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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