The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on November 11, 1964 · Page 22
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November 11, 1964

The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio · Page 22

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frt* tt, TW Dafr Mt»»fHr. Pertr, ffo f , li.IM Brazil's New Government us Firmly Established »y FRANK BHUTTO ' WO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (Al>) - Brazil today, seven tnthsafter a nearly bloodless revolution ousted Joao Goulart «nd his pro-leftist government, took* confidently to the future ••Wlofe so than in years. Under the guidance of President Humberto Castello Brano, Brazil's image at home and abroad has become more impressive. The revolution abruptly ended a Communist threat to take over the nation. It ended rabble-rousing and flash strikes that menaced industry, communications and transport. It also ended a round of arbitrary pay increases that ranged as high as 100 per cent and Which together with skyrocket- Ing prices threatened to blow the top out of the nation's inflation. Pay increases now are more orderly. Price increases are regulated. But inflation still is at a dizzy pace. The cruzeiro is at the almost all-time hifjh of 1.- TOO to the U.S. dollar after having steadied temporarily at 1,200 immediately after the revolution. Two years ago it was 600 to the dollar. Finance Minister Otavio Gou- Veia de Bulhoes has optimistically set next June as target date for checking the galloping inflation and stabilizing the economy. • For the government, it is still • time for massive financial assistance. Roberto Campos, economic planning minister, back from a money-hunting mission in Washington, said that Brazil needs a billion dollars to meet the deficit in its balance of payments in 19fi5 and 1966. More aid will be needed to grease the machinery of development necessary for the firm future of this nation whose population in less than a decade will total 100 million. For the average Brazilian, it is still very much a time for belt lightening in the face of mounting prices for food, clothing and shelter. , But prospects for help are brighter than they were while Goulart's leftist anti-Alliance for Progress administration frightened foreign investments. Alliance for Progress aid has increased sharply since the revolution. Foreign investment interest has revived. I Roberto Campos' Washington trip set what is generally considered to be a favorable groundwork for aid discussions that continue here with arrival of an International Monetary' Fund mission, and, later this month, with arrival of a special mission from the U.S. Agency for International Development. Campos says Brazil will endeavor during these discussions to obtain enough to cover its 1965 and 1966 deficits. Efforts will be made to get aid not only from the United States, but also from international credit agencies, from European governments and from Japan. Wilmot On The Hollywood Scene One-Man Book Factor* Celebrated By Party Bv non AP MnvJe-Televtelofi Wrt»«»r tramnle me to rlpsfh, sfprt to r*et h°hi"d in mv work. --— — •»-- —•....--•• • >••-•• i • ' r • \, i - F ' • r^l I ' — 'II ' VI IM I ' V \\'\ »' K HOLLYWOOD (f>P) — ErleJ'm Always closing offre and '»—'— Gardner, the one-man o^-"'"? i<n n Pn , 0 "«s h"fi peonle catch uo with me." his 3,000-arre ranch ir , hook frrtnry. \v?s in town for a rare c ° n " nues Gardner's advent was hr"t*>d bv a nnrtv eiven bv Raymond Burr, the Mason of televi- F'on, for the losers of the 371 fihows during the series' eight V a rs. The nlace: the Losers r'ub, a watering place along La Onega's restaurant row. Burr didn't appear, but do*e n s of his defeated opnonents did. Gardner himself was a grumbling narticioant — "Mv for small talk," he comnlained earlier. But he seemed to have no complaint PR he nosed for 'hot'sebopt whirh he Veens in the jrJoifa ponntn/ of f'^e STrr^pnto i River. In these Places ?nd nth- |prs. be mpintpjns a st^ff of fix [fo eifjht secretaries, who t?ke i the rat-a-t^t-tat riiotsfinn fnp his ; books and correspondence — : "I've f<»r"p»ten how to operate a | typewriter." i His outnut so far? He couldn't i remember, so he hacl R ser^e-' I tary nhone the ranch nffice. The; jreport came back: 123 books, 'including 74 Perrv Masons: frnir now at the publisher or in the: works. j do two to four Ha- : plus two under the KatMe Browne . In a more relaxed mood, Gardner lounged at the Holly- fcood Hills home of his partners, Cornwall Jackson and Gail Patrick — she the executive producer of the CBS series. He is a chunky, tweed-suited man whose quiet manner is in contrast to the enormous energy he has poured into his work over the years. ,„ . „ , I come to Hollywood as little ts possible," Gardner remarked. "People are apt to , sidetracked into other interests. ' ! For instance, I've been doing a lot of research on Baia Califor; nia ?nd nave made exne^itinns ! down there. I'm also producin" ! a book about houseboats. And r ' ve been doin g a great deal of investigation in the Sunerstition ; Mountains about the Lost 1 Dutchman mine." " Run oul of ideas?" he said. "I don't think I ever will, as long as I maintain a variety of experience. I try to make each new Perry Mason better than the last one." Government Inspected Angus & Hereford Front Quarters . b . 39c BUY NOW AT THIS US, PROCESSING IS A PROFESSION Thor« is a wrong and a right way of doing everything. Meat totting i» an art that is slowly becoming extinct. The importance of properly cutting beef cannot be stressed enough. A fine piece of meat can be ruined if not cut right. l»of quarters if properly processed can be a joy. For example, we cut your steaks the desired thickness, roasts the correct weight. If you do not like soup meat and short ribs these can be boned out and made into ground beef. Round steak can be made into Swiss steak, or thin round for rolling or cube steaks or any combination of the above mentioned. YOU do not have to receive any undesirable cut when purchasing beef by the quarter. We invite you to conic in and inti/iecl our newly re-fiuithed facilities at your convenience. 9 une tnontii fret ttorogt on bought from ui. 9 inspeciea oeef oy tnt quar-~ tert and sides . . . tgtd to your specifications. SUGARCREEK LOCKER SERVICE MOM. - TUf $. ~ SAT. MLfAJi- PNOMII9MSOI AM - $ P By Vttta Matthev WlLMof -. Union Thanks- Riving services will be held in the Methodist Church with Rev. Dean Roush is preacher, Women's Study Club will meet Friday night with Mrs. Dorthy Dunskey. Ruth Fel'er will be leader. Pfc. Dean^Hoerger of Ft Benjamin Harrison, Ind., spent the weekend with his parents, the Henry' Hoergers. Recent visitors: Mrs. Mae Brown of Canton with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Meese, and Mrs. Minnie Pledger and William Lunning of Akron and the Walter Hermans of Beach City with the Charles Sampsels. I k> HATOM If you have « country back- 1 ground, you know the revolutionary changes that have occurred in rural living in the past SO years. Some of you remember when general farms raised a few acres of field corn; you remember the tines of shocks in the fall, the husking bees and the dance on the big barn floor. I know what it means to cultivate behind a faithful farm horse; I remember the hoeing, the shocking, and hauling those MAIION big, bulky shocks, to (he barnyard where the cows and neat- stock would eat the leaves. 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