The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on January 7, 1948 · Page 16
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rAGE EIGHT THE DAILY MESSENGER, CAflANDAlGUA, N. »Y., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1048 J O H N S O N FURNITURE CO, Complete Home Outfitters CHRYSLER AIR-TEMP Heating--Air Cooling John A. Pontius Son J'hune lUGli 35 Daily Ave. GENERAL MECHANICAL WORK All Types of Cars W E L D I N G *" \ Specializing in Cutting Down Farm Wagons . . . \ Steel or Wooden Wheels MAX VAN ORMAN SON Holcomb, N. Y. Phone Holcomb 60 HEADQUARTERS FOR BATTERY SERVICE .A dry battery may soon be a "dead* battery. Stop in ntnr and often for our FREE ?re- Ye-ntatiTe Maintenance Service. P0l¥fft-FVU FOR FAST WINTER STARTS... A S K S A I D -- William C . Bullitt, former f. S. ambassador lo Russia, asked a senate appropriations committee to approve shipment of arms to China to fight communism. Terms ot low ta $1.25 Q week ALL-WEATHER B A T T E R Y 45 plate* packed with extra starling and staying power. H««avy d u t y t y p e - -- f u l l y charged and factory fresh. - GOODYEAR TIRES Phone (51:? erwice Niagara St. ing DINER 20? South Main under the new management of MARGARET MILLER Thurs, Submits Plans Continued from Page 1 nienta! expenditures. "3. We have continued our policies in every direction lo increase the productivity of our state and enterprise w i t h i n it. "4. We have worked assiduously i;j guide and assist u u r iucunue.- in following the principles implicit in the cour.se we have taken in regard to .state expenditures and assisting them to help themselves." No Current Surplus Dewey announced that the state g o v e r n m e n t "will have no current surplus this year." It is the f i r s t lime his administration has ended a year without a surplus. "Obviously," he said, "our state alone cannot decide the course of the national economy. But we must constantly keep in mind that government., if mismanaged, can be the greatest, factor in producing an increasing inflation." "The policies of the national g o v e r n m e n t . ' ' h e maintained, "have brought us to the perilous situation in which our country finds itself. "Such a situation as we have today in the nation could have come about only as the cumulative result of a history of errors over many years." Tiie governor called for the practice of "the homely, solid virtues of industry and thrift," and said t h a t despite an anticipated record budget of §750,000,000. "I shall present a plan to finance the state government without increase in County Pays $30,000 In Withholding Tax County Treasurer Edward T. Hanley reported today that his office returned to Uncle Sam 530,805.47 in withholding tax from county employes' pay checks during 1947. There are approximately 300 employes on the county payroll comprising the highway department, public welfare department and all county civil service employes. Last year the total returned to the government amounted to 825. 079.37. This year's slight increase is attributed to increased salaries plus- the fact that last year tiie tax was figured on a slightly smaller perceniage. In 1945 $28,185.74 was turned back and in 1944 $22.532.90. The government cut !he tax slightly in 1945 but during the past two years the tax rate has amounted to about 20 per cent. New Dodge Truck to Be Displayed Here A completely new line of Dod;o "job-rated" trucks comprising 2-1S basic chassis models ranging from -1,250 to 23.000 pounds gross vehicle weight and up to -10,000 pounds gross train weight was announced today by L. F. VanNortwick. director of truck sales of the Dodge division, Chrysler corporation. Some models of the new trucks will be displayed starting in .Tan- j uary by A. W. White. Inc., in Can- anduigua. A combination of massive strength and smoothly flowing lines is the keynote of styling for the new (rucks, company officials said. They were designed to combine appearance with comfort, safely, performance, economy and ease of handling. DANIELS ILL ' RALEIGH, N. C., #--Josephus Daniels, 85-year-old publisher, former secretary of the navy and one-time ambassador to Mexico, was reported seriously ill with bronchitis at his home here today. li-llL'O LH LCI.M.IL1U1 HI W 1 \ . H _ L ·Business Men's Lunches ·Regular Dinners I « ·OIIUO UNDER AUTHORITY Of THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY BQGHESIER COCA-TOLA BOTTJLINO CORPORATION A. L. Anderson Sons Rochester, N. ¥. to discourage greater output by the labor, i n d u s t r y and agriculture of our s t a t e and thus contribute to inflation." De'-vey noted the permissive local tax program, enacted last year, has become "the center of considerable controversy and misunderstanding." He stood firm for retaining the heart of the "nuisance tax law," declaring that "the program in principle is essential to the financing of rising costs of some local governments." He urged the legislature to give "careful consideration" to a proposal t h a t the law be extended to cover cities under 100,000 and the countries, w i t h the revenues to be used for general operating expenses. Most of. such revenues now must go for education. Dowey did no! disclose how :iui" ; i salary increase he would i ·.·( !!:meiui for s t a t e employes or ; h f - extent. lie proposes to liberali/.e benefits under t h e ' u n e m p l o y m e n t in-;ii ranee and workmen's compen- s a t i o n law.s. N e i t h e r was 'he specific: 0:1 o t h e r l e g i s l a t i v e proposals. I I ' ; explained that lie would deal w i i h t h o s e subjects i n d e t a i l i n p''cial messages to I he l e g i s l a t u r e d u r i n g t h e .session. State University On t h e question of establishing a s l a t e university, the governor -.aid: "The romniis.SKr) on Hi'. 1 need ! ' : · a slat'? u n i v e r s i t y will soon re- iv.r; on its recommendations. It is clcai' to mo t.iiat tne needs are grval enough to presage a costly prng; am--perhaps an exceedingly m.vly program, for the state in the years ahead. "The expense in t h e i n i t i a l years may well be only a token of eventual cost.-.. This will call for the wise.it p l a n n i n g and the most care- f u l marshaling of t h e state's resources. i f we are not to allow any b r a n c h of education in the M a t e to withe." away because of our ;:n- x i i / i y in behalf of any ol.her." M'.'.'inwhiie. he said, the 'lii'oe emergency siat.o colleges f u r v c r - r i a n s s h o u l d \: {·oiiiinued." C o n c l u d i n g , Dewey m a d e an i n - t h r u . ! a! Ku.-.-iy. and an im- ·e-.'iidurseinent of t h e Kuro- (·fu'.'e: y p l a n . "There arc in !.":·;· world." he said, "ill ·d t o w a r d t h e cause of frce- ?.::·?.-.. who are coldly g a m b l i n g on I'M'.' ;i:pe t h a t t h e American n a t i o n '.-.!;· ;·.· a/iweri ;o di.i.-.ipa!*.' ii-M -!vr;i in a s h a t t e r i n g cycle of boom and uu.-t. "For Dii; u.vn .sake and for the ;ii;e of .Tfi'dom-iov nig pfopie '·v if.-y.vnere who look to us for - i r e a g t h and guidance, we must .jive our e f f o r t s , our spirit and our . - ' r r n x ' h t o t h e sacrifices, t h a i a r e M much less t h a n tho.se required til' u.-: 1:1 war, lo pi'f.-e: ^ · m;: o- · : . · ; :n l i i a l freedom u n d e r (,ud. i!) '.'. h':"r: it moves." Radio Prices Cut By General Electric SYRACUSE, (/Pi-General Klec- i l i e ' s radio prices have been eut as much as 30.1 per con! in line w i t h the company's recently adopted price reduction program. The company announced last n i ^ h t t h a t t h e reduction, e f f e c t i v e ,lan. 1. covered 26 c u r r e n t models WANTS LAW REPEALED ALBANY, /P--The New York state CIO wants repeal of the Condon-Wadlin law prohibiting public employe strikes and asks establishment of grievance machinery 'for state employes. Taxpayers (Continued from pa?c 1) eial program of assistance to China, to provide urgent relief needs and to speed reconstruction." "\Vf shall continue our cooperation with the nations of the western hemisphere," he added. He promised also that the United States will exert its "utmost efforts" to obtain satisfactory peace settlements for occupied Germany. Austria. Japan and Korea--efforts which he said have "so far been blocked." Cost Not Mentioned In accordance with the agreement announced Monday by Chairman Vandenberg (R-Mich^ uf ;'no .,c:iatc fnreisr: relation- committee, Mr. Truman made no mention of a $17,000,000,000 overall soal for European recovery. He declared, however, that he considers it "of the highest importance" for Congress to authorize support of the program for the lull four and one-quarter year period running to June 30, 1952. And he held fast to his figure of S6.SOO.OOO.OOO as the initial outlay for the first 15 months. But while the administration t i m e tab'e calls for the program to go into operation with this money on April 1. there were fresh predictions even before the speech was made--from Republican Senator Taft of Ohio and Democratic Senator George of Georgia--that July 1 will be more like it. Hearings Start Thursday The shape of the foreign aid program will be determined largely by hearings starting Thursday iii t h e senate foreign relations committee and nt-xl week in the House Foreign Affairs committee. There is little objection in Congress to helping European Democracies, but there is .sharp disagreement on how to go about it and how much to spend. "We are following a sound, constructive and practical course in carrying out our determination 10 achieve peace," Mr. Truman said. "We arc fighting poverty, hunger and suffering. "This leads to peace--not war. "We are building toward a world where all nations, large and small alike, may live free from the fear of aggression. "This leads to peace--not war. "Above all else, we are striving to achieve a concord among the peoples of the world based upon the dignity of the individual and the brotherhood of man. "This leads to peace--not. war." ORDER fashions with a future Wards new Spring Catalog has page al'ler page of fashions with a fuifire .. . figure-flattering fashions that will be in high style for months to come. Slop in or phone our Catalog Office now to order your new Spring wardrobe. Use Wards Monthly Payment Plan; A GAY DANCING BALLERINA FROCK in Rayon Faille. Full; swirling skirt. ; ; back bustle bow. In black or navy. OB 2321--Sizes 10 to 18 1!.« JO«J South Main Telephone 603 Order Today - - Delivery in 12 Houn Read the Want Ads :.·£· "*.· ·Bite at the Norma CUn Tune in WGVA Daily at 6:10 for Local and Vicinity News SALE OF . . . Slacks Values to $7.95 now Including Corduroys, Gabardines and All Wool Flannels ai The Xui'uia Shop S-P-E-C-I-A-L BUDGET BUY One Group BLOUSES Values to $7.95 \. now While they last . . . you can be one of the lucky ones to get a real bargain at this SALE of odds and ends of merchandise. SALE OF . . . Sweater Values to $6.50 'Now . . Values to $7.95 'Now . . Values to $10.95 Now . . . All Wool -- Pullover and Cardigans SALE OF . . . SCARFS Wool and Rayon Some Sequin Trimmed Values to $1.95 Now ..... Values lo $4.95 Now . . Values to $9.95 Now $1.50 $3.50 $5.00 SALE OF . . . BLOUSES Values to $3.95 Now $000 3 Values to 55.95 Now . . . · at The Norina Shop ,·······»»·········· S-P-E-C-I-A-L BUDGET BUYS Button Front All Wool Sizes 34 and 36 Only Values to $7.95 now $ 189 1 All Winter f Q ^ y § Drastically Reduced Th e NORMA

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