Abilene Reporter-News from Abilene, Texas on May 3, 1949 · Page 32
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Abilene Reporter-News from Abilene, Texas · Page 32

Abilene, Texas
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Tuesday, May 3, 1949
Page 32
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16 THE ABILENE, TEXAS, REPORTER-NEWS Abilene. Texas. Tuesday Evening, May 3, 1949 Vandenberg Backs ut in All Funds WASHINGTON. May 3. '.? - Sen. V a n d o n b r r p ' R - M i c h t joined Sen. Taft iR-Ohio 1 today in a drive for a f i v e per crnt rut in government o p r r a i i n g expenses. necessary to raise new taxes to avoid a deficit. Taft and Sen. Bridges n - N H ) ed a move last week to cut $11 I million off the S2.429.000.000 l.ibor- Vandenberg said that if the slash | federal security appropriations bill, is applied across the board to ap- j tha first regular money measure prop nations bills as they come before the Senate, he will ask t h a t f u n d s for the European Recovery Pro pram be cut in a like a m o u n t . Previously, t h e M i c h i g a n senator fought to prevent any slash in the ?.r430.000.WO M a r s h a l l Plan author- to come before the Senate. The 511 million proposed cut represented 5 per cent of operating funds, outside of grants to states which m a k e up the largest share of the bill. /,.,,,,,,; .ifhouri. i* MM «h.i T \^,^^ } ^J£ Zn.U±'C±»»«? K--""- ComTM,,,,. P.*.free hand to m a k e reductions, "I don't know sny business that couldn't make 5 per cent cut in i t s housekeeping costs if it had to." Vandenberg ssid. "With expendi- t u r e s going the r a t e they sre in the g o v e r n m e n t . I'd like to see that economy applied." How far t h e current economy drive may get is a question thai w i l l h a v e to a w a i t action on ail a p p r o p r i a t i o n hills. The Senate is j u « t beginning to lake t h e m up. m e n t a r i a n s ruled t h a t the move automatically ordered a 5 per cent cut in the t o t a l figure at which the bill was approved by the House. But Sen. Green ' D - R 1 filed notice in the Senate yesterday he will ask for a new vote on the quest i o n . While Yandenberg said he favors c u t t i n g a p p r o p r i a t i o n s bills .5 per cent beiow ihr House - approved totals, T a f t said he wants cuts of j .1 per cent below the figures /approved by the Senate Appropriations C o m m i t t e e . Usually the Senate committee Sen. Taft also talked over the s i t u a t i o n with a reporter. He c-sid he will ask the S e n a t e Republican j ddf f u n d s Jo !he m f m e y bnis o v e r Policy Committee to decide l o m o r - ; l h e a m 0 unis ihe House has v o t e d . row w h a t course the p a r i y ought to | --; : . t a k e in an e f f o r t to cut expenses to the point where it will not be SEEKS $800,000 ESTATE 0\ THE MARCH--Anson High School's snappy band is pictured as it marched in the parade opening the Hardm-Simmons University annual rodeo here last weekend. (Photo by Don Hutcheson) "If it's Plumbing-We Do If!" Since 1915 W. H. 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M a y 3 . l : P -- Most headaches can be cured with sugar pills, a study of a group of patients . showed today. ; Sugar pills are harmless tablets sometimes given by doctors to patients who demand but don't need ' drugs. i The s t u d y was conducted by Drs. · Arnold P. Friedman. Charles Breni ner snd Sidney Carter, of the De- ! partment of Neurology at the Columbia University Coliege of Physi- j cisns and Surgeons. ' Subjects used were patients in ; the headache clinic at Montefiore i Hospital. In all. 521 patients partici- ! pated. being treated for chronic i headaches resulting from tension or I injury. The patients did not know they were being given sugar pills instead ; of drugs. The study showed t h a t : headaches disappeared in most cases as quickly as though real drugs -. had been administered. ! The physicians explained t h a t i headaches caused by tension occur j with mental conflicts, and an ex| a m i n a t i o n usually reveals evidence | of physical illness. Headaches caus- , ed by injury, usually are the re- i suit of the emotional effects of the | injury--anxiety, depression, resent- i ment or frustration, they said. | In a report to the Journal of j the American Medical Association. the doctors said t h a t the similarity Telephone 7271 for Want Ads That Produce RESULTS! OUTSHINES THEM All! Grews evet brighter with wear! Self-Polishing Simoniz makes floors sparkle ox never before. No rubbing or buffing -- it shines os it dries to the same lasting beauty that mokes Simoniz so famous for cars) Soiled spots wipe up with just a damp cloth. Try it! SIMONIZ T - M - *E«, U.S. r*T, OFF, Sffves floors longer lasting beauty by groc.ry, herdwor*, vantty, jrug, point, to SI, oi | of results of drug treatment on both types of headaches suggests that the mechanisms responsible for both are related and probably are similar responses of the body to mental stress. The effectiveness of sugar pill? of drugs, the doctors said, also depended to some extent on the physician prescribinj; the medication, the time he spent with the patient and the frequency w i t h , ; which the patient was seen" by the j doctor. "Many cases were noted." the doctors said, "In which the patient would maintain a state of improvement if he were seen at weekly intervals, but would then have a recurrence of a headache if he were seen only at monthly intervals." Quit China Interior, Americans Warned i HO.VG KOXG. May 3. l*V_The; American consulate here today reissued a warning to Americans to get out of South China interior points. i The consulate said conditions anticipated in its first warning had Dallas Man's Depositions Claim Fields Was Father LOS ANGELES, May 3. W-Co- t h a t his wife, from whom ht was median W. C. Fields once told follies girl he would marry her if lie could obtain a diver:?, so slates a deposition filed here by a man who claims he is their son. The claimant, William Rexford Fields Morris, 31, Dallas, Tex., yesterday filed the deposition by his foster mother Mrs. Rose Hol- rien, Belleville, N. J., to support his contention for a share in Fields' SSOO.OOQ estate. Morris, an airlines employe, asserts he is an illegitimate sou of Fields and the late Bessie Chatterton Poole, a Ziegfeld Follies girl, and was reared by Mrs. Holden. Fields starred in the follies for many years. Last week another deposition was filed in Morris' behalf by Mrs. Bessie Adelaide Witherell of Onset, Mass., identified as the chorus girl's mother. In the latest deposition -an 80- page document--Mrs. Holden said: "Fields told Bessie that he would marry her, but fo: the fact separated, wouldn't give him divorce." Mrs. Holden's sworn said she was a close statement friend of Fields and Miss Poole and brought up their .son from the day of his birth in 1917 until he was a man. 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