The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 19, 1963 · Page 14
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 14

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Too Much Noise And Worrying TILBURY, England (AP) Freed of noise and money wor- BATTER UP! — Gary Wadkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Wadkins shows what well-dressed young ballplayer will wear this year. Catcher's mask, regulation ball and famous name gloves all are a part of extensive sporting goods collection available at .Budge's Hardware. (Herald Photo) ries, 91 men, women and children sailed through the English Channel today bound for their old homes on the bleak South Atlantic island of Tristan da Cunha. The islanders were evacuated in 1961 after a volcanic explosion made their homes inhabitable. Several hundred more will go back later this year. "'"'Money, money, money. Noise, noise, noise. Worry, worry, worry," summed tip their reaction to England. "Suddenly, It's Spring SUITS For Men * Mayfield's "Cainpusaire" appeals to young men who like the traditional 3-button coat and trim fitting, tapered pants — 100% wool worsteds at only $49.50 Mayfield light weight suits $39.50 * "Kingsridge" suits of finer worsted fabrics, expertly tailored, are a real bargain at only $67.50 "Kingsridge" light weight suits Featured at .$59.50 LEE SHELDEN'S MEN'S WEAR "I like this" — Chris Adamson models pastel-striped dress of 100 per cent Dan River Wash and Wear cotton with blue coat of celanese acetate that is completely washable. White, hat and shoes complete the outfit. Don Luver, manager of Edmistons, invites everyone to come in and see the complete spring selections. Chris is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adamson. (Herald Photo) GOP Blueprint For Budget Cut WASHINGTON (AP)-A House Republican has laid down a blueprint for cuts in the Kennedy administration's record budget, beginning with a $3-billion slash in education and other nondefense spending proposals. "And I don't think that defense is immune, nor is space," Rep. John W. Brynes of Wisconsin, ranking Republican on the tax- writing Ways and Means Committee, said Sunday as he called for holding government spending at current levels. If it can be done, he said, he would support a tax cut and even go the administration one better- slashing revenues $7.5 billion in the first step by reducing corporate rates 52 to 47 per cent and cutting individual income tax rates across the board by $5 billion. The Kennedy administration has proposed a $98.8-billion budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1. An $11.9-bDlion deficit is the official forecast and the President has placed in the congressional hopper a proposed net tax cut of $10.2 billion a year, to take effect in three stages. The prospect of a large deficit while taxes are being cut has nettled economy-minded Congress members. Some have said they would support a tax reduction if pending is cut at the same time. Ldministration supporters have ailed for specifics—or as Presi- lent Kennedy said recently "We iave been generalized enough." •Appearng on a radio-television nterview program, Brynes, chairman of the House Republican Pol- cy Committee, was asked what would favor cutting now. First, he said, a proposed $1.5-billion increase in nondefense spending hould be blocked. Foreign assis- a K e THERE IS A IG DFFERENCE ROBIN Ring $225.00 Also $200 to 1800 Wedding Ring $39.75 fhe teal difference in diamonds is "quality." Every Keepsake engagement center diamond is guaranteed perfect for replacement assured). TROUT Jewelry tance and foreign aid have to be cut back, he said, and aid to colleges and universities should be confined to construction, cutting another $1.5 billion from the administration's education program. In addition, Brynes said the budget calls for 46,000 new federal employes, more than are required. But, at the same time, he said Republicans are not suggesting cuts in unemployment compensation and vocational training. THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, March 10, 1963 Suddenly It's Spring fir Everything Comes up NEW for Easter .»*** charge it! new look 700% wool tweed COATS $OJ95 24 New weaves, the new wave in fabric — All wool boucle in beige, grey, navy and toast or Orion acrylic 'n wool. All deftly shape-designed a la Paris, price-defined a la Penney's. 8 to 1 8 . 19.95 Men's Gentry Sport Coots Lightweight Worsteds in rich medium and dark patterns! Here's your Easter sportcoat the way you like it! A fabulous fabric line-up of wool and prlon . . . gives you top shape-retention, lightweight comfort! An exciting selection of medium and dark checks and plaids ... in grey or brown tones. Regular and longs. Permanent-Crease Slacks of Luxury Worsted Match 'em with the sportcoats! They're wool worsted flannels you'd never expect to see priced so low! Smart Boulevard models in charcoal, medium grey, oxford, brown, olive. Sizes 29-42. a fashion that's Contagious! You'll love the Flax Look epidemic (bat's the rage this season! You'll love the way Carole King designs it with contrast braid above a swing.y skirt for yow spring* into-summer date dressing! Rayon and flax, sizes 5-15. $14.95 ROBERT KOMISTON STORES. INC. LINED HANDBAGS MATCH PENNEY'S FAMOUS PUMPS A. THE HANDBAG . . . graceful, |color - cued premium plastic accent. 2.99 B. THE PUMP . . . quality calf or patent leather in white, black. 5.99 Towncraft Ties 1.00 This collection has everything! Wanted fabrics, the most popular colors ... in stripes, underknots allover, solids! In regular and slim models. Oxford Dress Shoes 9.99 Smart new oxfords with leather sole, rubber heel, steel shank . . . sturdy Goodyear welt construction. Smooth black leather. Teeners' SUp-ona 8.99 Best-sellers ... with Composition sole, rubber heel, steel shank! .Smooth black leather, Goodyear welt construction. Sizes 6V& to 11

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