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Spokane Chronicle from Spokane, Washington • 7

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Spokane Chroniclei
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Big Veteran Groups Girding for Budget Cutting Battle Nice Young Thing Gave Him a Lift Walliy Phones Ma); Be Next New Navy Plane Is Fast Climber SPOKANE DAILY CHRONICLE 53. 1 953. 1 953. 1953. I El i Veteran Groups Girding Ni ce Young Thing alic etv avy Plane Phones May Be Next ane Bi SPOKANE IMILY CHRONICLE Uri.

April 10, 1951 7 1 I Is Fast Climber I 1 for Budget Cutting Battle I 75-year-1 Gave Him a Lift I 1 JUST A FEW PENNIES MORE PER WEEK BUYS The Incomparable A FEW PENNIES .11. MORE PER WEEK BUYS PASADENA, April 10. (W)The telephone of the future? Mark R. Sullivan, San Francisco, president and director of the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph company, said in an address last night: "Just what form the future telephone will take is, of course, pure speculation. Here is my prophecy: "In its final development, the telephone will be carried about by the individual, perhaps as we carry a watch today.

It probably will require no dial or equivalent, and I think the users will be able to see each other, if they want, as they talk. "Who knows but what it may actually translate from one languagct to another?" PASADENA, April 10. (1P)--The telephone of the future? R. Sullivan, San Francisco, president and director of the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph company, said in an address last PERTH AMBOY, N. J.

April iI) Anderson, 67, was standing on the corner of New Brunswick avenue and Cornell street yesterday. A car pulled up and a young, beautiful woman got out to ask directions. "Suddenly she started hugging and kissing me," Anderson told police, "and then she told me I was a nice man and gave me a good-by kiss." "I was so excited and she was so nice that I didn't think about the wallet," he added. Anderson's walletgone, of coursecontained $450. PERTH AMBOY, N.

April 10. ill'tItans Anderson, 67, was standing on the corner of New runswIck avenue and Cornell LOS ANGELES, April 10, (P)-- The navy's new T-2813 advanced single engine trainer successfully test flown yesterday, climbs nearly twice RS fast as its predecessor. It can climb 385n ffet a minute compared with 2080 feet for the forerunner, the T-28A Its top speed is 346 miles per hour, compared with 283 for the earlier model. The new model, flown at Los Angeles International airport yesterday by Bob Hoover, North American aviation pilot, is In production at North American's nearby Downey plant, LOS ANGELES, April 10. tifti-- The navy's new T-28R ad aneed single engine trainer successfully test flown yesterday, climbs nearly S4 is ir ti a ci 40414010e TELEVISIOU of the veterans program.

So dol The National Tribune, a 75-yearold weekly veterans newspaper published here, sounded the GI battle cry in its current Issue, assailing Phillips for "sorry inferences and misstatements" in a speech to the house. In an editorial the paper also warned congressmen they will commit "political suicide" if they support a proposal by Teague to bar from free medical care those veterans whose ailments aren't service-connected and who make $4000 yearly or more, "The veterans administration is over-investigated and under-financed," the paper said. "What kt needs is enough money from the congress to do what the American people want it to do." Ketchum said VFW will correct abuses of the veterans hospital privilege wherever found. But he said Phillips, in calling attention of the house to a number of specific cases, "may have let the cat out of the bag as to the next logical step by the economy groupto shut off compensation for men disabled in service who nevertheless are able to earn some income." of the veterans program So do The National Tribune. a School Strike Ends MEXICO CITY, April 10.

(An Normal school students returned to classes today after 10 days of striking to get co-eds. The 7000 male students said they would strike later if mixed classes are not established soon. 0 DI tAALA 101411V The CAPEHAAT You Buy Today Is Television Inventor Philo T. Farnsworth's Own Product. Television Was Invented by FarnsworthDeveloped by Capehart.

PARIS REDS FAIL IN SUBWAY STRIKE PARIS, April 10. (2P)--A strike on the Paris Metro (subway) fizzled today. The stoppage, called by the communist-dominated General Labor Confederation for the period from 5:30 a. m. to 9 a.

was intended to back up demands for changes in the salaries of various classifications of employees. Attackers Considerate PROVIDENCE, R. April 10. (UP)Louis E. Taylor, 43, was driving to a night club with strangers the other night when his companions attacked and robbed him.

Then they drove the battered Taylor to his home, carried him into the house, put him in bed and parkPd his ear in the garage. stmartsiso NOW OPEN Week Dave 11::40 a.m katurdnes. 11,30 Surdivii 12 Noon-1 a Nearly all stations remained open and 50 to 75 per cent of the trains ran. ADvEltrisiNg ADVERTISING The Adventures of LILLY and way NON, I By FRANK ELEAZER WASHINGTON, April 10. (UP)--The big veterans or.

ganizations were hitting the ceiling today at congressional proposals to do some economiz-, 'N. on the multi-billion-dollar benefit program. They were girding especially for a fight against moves by Repre- sentatives John Phillips (R-Calif.) and Olin E. Teague (D-Texas) to put stricter limits on free hospital care for veterans whose ailments are not due to military service. Phillips, chairman of an appropriations subcommittee handling funds for the veterans administra, tion, has charged that hundreds of such veterans who could pay for )rivate medical care are getting it free, instead, at VA hospitals.

Waste, Abuse "Must Go" House members, more seriously than at any time since World war II, are looking this year for ways to save on veterans' outlays, both In the hospital field and elsewhere. They say waste and abuse must be weeded out of the program. Counterattacks against the economy moves have been launched by both the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the two biggest veterans groups. Their loaders see the drive es an entering wedge for another "economy act" like that of 1933, when all veterans benefits were cut to the bone.1 This thing apparently goes fur-I ther than just trying to get the chiselers out of the hospitals," said Omar Ketchum, VFW legislative director. The Disabled American Veterans, said it will stand with the "Big I Two" in opposing new legal restric-I I tions on veterans medical care.

spokesman said abuses such as those cited by Phillips can be cor-1 rected by the veterans administra-' tion. Amvels, a World war II ex-servlee group, declined to join the veterans' attack on Phillips and other economy advocates. "They pre not antiveteran," said Rufus Wilson, Amvets legislative director. "Sure, they are looking for ways to balance the budget. 1 They want the fat and frills cut out By FRANK ELEAZEll WASHINGTON, April 10.

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ON DIVISION sr. UtPfrzniAtThty tt540. 44 V.ttir;;LAt NATION'S POLICE FORM NEW GROUP III I el DETROIT, April 10. (')The first national conference of police associations ended here last night with the adoption of a resolution Urging action to "combat congressional moves to place police officers under social security." The two-day conference, attend- ed by delegates from 14 major cities representing 300,000 police officers, elected Detroit policeman Thomas Duffy as its first national president. Duffy said one of the new organization's first aims would be to watch closely all pending legislation which might infringe upon individual police pension systems, LOS ANGELES MAN SUES FOR ALIMONY LOS ANGELES, April 10.

(1P)A estate man, who says he's and can't support himself while his wife controls a half-million-dollar fortune, has sued for a divorce and $350 a month alimony. Ralph S. Brown, 57, charged cruelly in a suit filed Yesterday against Mrs. Daisy Ilenrietta Brown, 75. I 0 TZs'Afq, I r.ZAt4ok:4;47!;st.d,A;ftooloPl4tiyV00,01"Atiot.

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And that's where Mercury says Here's howl' Unified Design is the new principle of enginpering that gives Mercury its years-ahead style and its remarkable stamina. From rugged box-rail frame to smart, new air-split side contours, this new 1953 Mercury is built for Real Fine Driving under any conditions! Drive it and you'll see! I L. 0 40.4601:944.;104017st 7. "10:1004060:14413,144::, :0010.0104. gookic' r'.

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:) I 1 1 37; 5.4 ii. 1,.: 11: 1 I it.ii, 7 lifERCIIRY 1 Retirement Home for gracious living VVESLEY GARDENS Wbeee you ean enjoy security, from care, and responsibility, or maintenance of your own home. Located on Puget Sound in a beautiful setting where it eeldom snows. Sponsored by the Methodist Church but for all Christian men and women. Built on the cooperative plan by the residents of the home, Living Units $5500 and $6000 Monthly maintenance fee, including nursing care, $70.00.

Inquire: Representatives will be the temporary office the Spokane Council Churches. 309 HYDE BLDG. PHONE MA-5161 'It In of Orrice hours Monday thru rrldnY 1 to 4 rm, until April 24. MAIN OFFICE DPS Moines Vashinglon Retirement Home for gracious 4.. Itylng 1 WESLEY GARDENS e4 Wbeee you ean enjoy se1 cavity, freedom from care, and responsibility, or maintenance of your own home.

k. Located i on Puget Sound in a beau- I tiful setting where it eel- dom snows. 1 I Sponsored Methohdriist Church by thiL all Christian men and women. 'li Built on the cooperative plan by 1 the residents of the home, Living Units $5500 and $6000 Monthly maintenance fee, Including nursing care, 0 $70.00. 4.

Inquire: Representatives will be at the temporary office In the Spokane Council of Churches. 4, 309 HYDE BLDG. 1 PHONE MA-516I I I office hours Monday Dim Friday. 1 to 4 rm, until 1 April 24, I MAIN OFFICE Des Moines Vasbinglon GA la A yOR i Asp' Iti N1 4 JO 1 4 rl fr 44: 4 4 it 1 LI 00 il ii I.C1:1 ---wi flit SIFTER IASI -2 A I I MA43A Third and Jefferson It.

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