Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 22, 1957 · Page 5
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Wednesday Evening, May 22, 1957. Say Federal Spending Is Going Higher Government Revenues Also Expected to Increase But Not As Much As Expected WASHINGTON (UP) - Congressional tax experts predicted today that despUe the congressional economy drive federal spending in fiscal 1958 will soar even hi»her than the record $71,800,000,000 [ore- cast by the administration. They said federal revenues also will lie higher than forecast but by a smaller amount. As a result, they forecast a budget surplus of only $1,300,000,000 for the year starting July 1 instead of the $1,800,000,000 forecast in the President's January budget message. They predicted that federal revenues for the year, starting July 1, will be 700 million dollars more than anticipated in the Eisenhower budget. But they said federal spending, despite congressional efforts to cut the budget, will total $1,200,000,000 more than the President estimated. These forecasts were in a report by the staff of the House-Senate Committee on Internal Revenue. The committee staff annually reviews the administration's income- outgo estimates for the coming fiscal year and presents estimates of its own. The staff's estimates in the past have been considerably more accurate than those in the President's January budget message. The staff predicted that expenditures in the current fiscal year would total $69,500,000,000, an Increase of 600 million dollars over the administration forecast. The staff estimated total revenues at $70,700,000,000, an increase of 100 million dollars over the administration's estimates. CROSSWORD PUZZLE An « w ' rto v«t«rday. p<nn. ACROSS 1—Moccasin 4—Obstructs 8—Roman patriot 12—Tlerra del Fuosan Indian 13—Landed 1-1—Egg-shaped 15—Yellow ochre 16—Death rattle 17—Caro for 18—Cllrl'H nam» 2(1—Candle 22—Scorch 23—Arrive 24—Exist 27—Wolfhound 23—Striped animal 31—Puttered 34—Embraco 35—Species of dogwood 36—Festive 37—Writing implement 38—Semj -precious stone 40—Small, flaps 44—Supply food 46—Hard, opaqu. element 47—Imitated 4D—Carry 51—Anglo-Saxon money. f»2—Learning 63—Protecting Influence 64—Openwork fabric 55—Auxiliary verb 5R—Communists 57—Worm DOWN 1—Sits for portrait CHICKEN BIDES GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.—James Chambers accidentally gave one of his chickens a breezy six-mile ride on the bumper of his car in near- zero temperatures. Humane society officers were called when a passerby noticed the chicken perched on the back bumper of the auto parked near the plant where Chambers works. 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The youths raised $600 a year 'or the Filipino student by staging benefit plays, church suppers and other activities. Recently the youths got a .first- land look at the man they helped 3ut through school. Dr. Ricardo Fernando, now a 28-year-old physician, visited his young benefactors here. He is now taking post- raduate medical work at Harvard Medical School and serving at a Boston hospital. Santa Clous Helper Seeks Compensation NEWARK, N.J.—Santa Claus— or at least one of his helpers— came to town to ask for monetary compensation for an injury suffered during the Christmas holidays. Mrs. Geraldine De Cline, 32, of Freehold, asked the remuneration the New Jersey compensation court for an injury suffered while working attired in a Santa costume in a retail store in Freehold last Dec. 4. chest injuries when she picked up a six-year-old to hear what the child wanted for Christmas and has not been able to work since. She sought temporary and permanent disability and payments of medical and hospital bills. Mrs. De Cline said she suffered!peace." Ike Proclaims Memorial Day WASHINGTON (UP)—President Eisenhower today proclaimed May 30 as Memorial Day. He called on the American people to observe it as "a day of prayer for permanent FIT FOR ACTION ! You'll like the way LEWS, ride your hips and hug your legs-give you real comfort in action. You'll like the way LEVI'S wear, too-for they're cut from XX denim- the world's heaviest—and reinforced with Copper Rivets at strain points. Get LEWS-now! LtVIS AMIRICA'S FIHISI OI/fRAll RED TAB-' At, OFTEN IMITATED NEVER EQUALLED AMERICA'S MM 1ST® OVERALL HSHIK1 313-315 Market Street WE'RE ON OUR WAY TO FOR OUR LEVIS Peru At a special session of the Peru city council Monday night, the trailer amendment to the Zoning ordinance as recommended by the Planning Commission was unanimously accepted. The council also approved an emergency appropriation for the transfer of $900 from the general fund • to the clerk-treasurer budget and for the transfer of $6,460 from the general fund to the Street Department. No action was taken on Hie request made for a new $12,000 street sweeper made by Ward Roberts, superintendent of public works. Wayne Snyder, who represented the traffic and off-street parking committee of the Chamber told the council that they were in favor of new off-street parking sites ar.d had 15 spots in view to be considered by the city. No action was taken on the water expansion program. However the status of the water expansion project was explained by Walter F. Jones, Indianapolis attorney, wire will represent the city before the Public Service Commission on a bond issue for improving the plant. Carl O. Cecil, . Indianapolis accountant, is preparing economic data concerning the water plant and a rate revision schedule before the city's request for expansion is put before the PSC. He explained 'to the council that Peru's water rates would have to be increased. Charles Podas, representative of the Pfeifer and Shultz Engineering firm, which is handling the city's light and water expansion projects, outlined the program to the council. Bids for the Peru National Guard Armory will be reviewed next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at the National Guard Bureau in Washington, D.C., according to word received by Captain Charles Fehlinger of the local unit Tuesday. " There were 11 contracting bids opened last Friday and 10 alternate bids, Capt. Fehlinger said the contract would probably be signed in 30 days and construction would start within ten days. The one story building will include ' four offices, three class conficfenf/al CASH LOANS quickly? Open Wednesday Afternoon 226 S. Third St., Logansport 2855 rooms, a foot drill hall, • ordinance room, a signal and quarter master shower and rest room and enlisted boiler room. Lc.gansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fiva men's rest room. It will also include a firing pit, a kitchen and Capt. FehUnger. estimated that the structure would cost about $275,000. I ' \.x I building a new home or remodeling? Telephones I need to be ^^^ ^+'~ planned, too! * -, ^ ^ Make your new home really modern by planning ahead for "built-in" telephone facilities. Telephone wires can be concealed inside the walls. Outlet* can be provided (or present 2nd future telephone extensions. Easy and inexpensive while you're building or remodeling. > Pre-planning will make your home attractive, convenient, saleable. We'll be glad to talk it over with you, your architect, builder or contractor. No charge, of course. For further information, send for a free copy of the booklet "Telephones Need To Be Planned, Too". Or call our Business Office. GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF INDIANA, INC. AMemlie* nj.Ona»ltba QieaiGottututttJcaU<»ugif4temd. S&ial^ Ama^lot CHOOSE FROM PRESENT STOCK...GET IMMEDIATE DELIVERY... SAVE MONEY PICK and •I^^H^^^ 1HHH ^HHB W BHHHHI^H today! We have an excellent selection of Mercurys in stock a wide variety of body types and colors. You can get immediate delivery on many models. And when you choose your Big M from the models we have on-display or in stock—we are ready to pass big savings on to you. And this is just the first way you save! Mercury's record-breaking sales enable us to give you a generous allowance for your present car. The sooner you act the better chance you have to get the Mercury of your choice at important savings. MERCURY for *5T _ with DREAM-CAR DESIGN Don't miss the big television hit, "THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW." Sunday Evening, 7:00 to 8:00. Station WISH, Channel a. HAVENS MOTORS INC Market Street at 25th Logansport, Ind. Phone 3507

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