The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 22, 1959 · Page 10
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Th* OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, April 22, 1950 WASHINGTON (AP) - 1 net committee headed by Vice President Richard M. Nixon has charted an anti-inflation program In which rising wages would be linked with increased economic production 1 . In its first major decision since it organized a month ago, President Eisenhower's Committee on Price Stability has decided to launch a campaign directed at spurring economic growth. Reporting this unanimous decision, Executive Director Allen Wallis emphasized in an interview that, the Nixon group has rejected the theory that the way to curb inflation is to prevent all wage increases. "There has been too much of the atmosphere' that the way to keep prices stable is merely to keep wages down," Wallis said. "Wage increases have given us our present high standard of living and they are not necessarily inflationary. Wages should continue to go up as productivity goes up." Wallis, a Chicago economist, said the committee believes that, in addition to combatting inflation, there are compelling internalional reasons to encourage economic growth at home. Nixon has made It clear he per sonally believes wage rises should be tied to increases in productiv Ity. He contends that when pay boosts are not accompanied by production they are inflationary. Wallis said the Nixon committee has been meeting frequently and expects soon to announce plans for a sustained attack on inflation. Besides the vice president, members are Secretary of the Treasury Robert B. Anderson, Postmaster General Arthur E. Summerfield, Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Tafl Benson, Secretary of Commerce Lewis L. Strauss, Secretary of Labor James P. Mitchell and Chairman Raymond J. Saulnier of the Council of Economic Advisers. State Spanking Bill Vetoed By Rockefeller ALBANY, N.Y. (AP)-Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller, who says he has spanked his own children on occasion, today vetoed a bill, which would have freed schoolteachers to use force on unruly pupils. The measure would have taken the decision on use of corporal punishment away from school boards and given it to individual teachers. State penal law now authorizes teachers to use "reasonable force" to restrain or correct a pupil. But school boards may bar teachers from doing so. DISCRIMINATING DACHSHUND — That spring mud Is no problem to Otis, the Dachshund. He's wearing galoshes especially tailored for dogs. Gus Is owned by Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Ivan of Siillna. Galoshes for Gus arc especially appropro since the Ivan home Is new and there's no grass In the yard yet. Fear Crowded Jet Air Lanes KANSAS CITY (AP) — Trans World Airlines predicted toclny hat there will be too many coast o const jet flight schedules by I960 for the traffic. In a brief filed with the Civil Aeronautics Board, TWA said a hird nonstop carrier between New York and San Francisco is not heeded. It is opposing nonstop service by American Airlines, now opor- nting, tind Northwest Airlines. The brief said "Within months United Air Lines will inaugurate DC-8 jet service and build its frequency of hree trips a day." TW.A said jot schedules already committed by it and United will produce 525,000 scats a year be- J. B. MICKEY COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTOSTATS; CH2-1937 839 West 5th Iwecn Now York and San Francisco. This means, It added, that even with the most optimistic predictions about the number of nonstop passengers, more than 30 per cent of the seats will be vacant. Predict Early End To Rock V Roll By NORMAN BELL KAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP)- -Rock 'n' Roll was being treated like a condemned killer at the biennial convention of the National Federation of Music Clubs today. It's early end was freely predicted—"and a good thing, too," declared Mrs. Blant Buford of Dallas, Tex., chairman of the group's publicity department. She and such a noted music au- Cessna Announces Plant Expansion HUTCH1NSON (AP) — Cessna Aircraft Co. said today it plans to more than double Us industrial products division in Hutchinson, at a cost of 1V4 million dollars. Neil P. Whitney, division general manager, said the expansion would involve 158,000 square feet of floor space. The present plant covers a 120,000 square foot area. A J.30,000 square foot addition to the present plant, a 10,000 square foot engineering building and an 18,000 square foot experimental laboratory building will be constructed. Whitney said construction of the new manufacturing area should start by mid-May, aimed at completion Oct. 1. The engineering and experimental laboratory build ings are scheduled for compjetion Dec. 1. Sales last year totaled $5,887,000, and are expected to show a I 50 per cent increase in 1959, Whitney said. For the first six months of the current fiscal year they ran 09 per cent above the same 1958 period. The plant manufactures hydraulic valves, pumps and cylinders for farm machinery and light industrial equipment. It now employs 616, a 30 per cent increase in the past four months. thority as Sigmund Spaeth, writer and lecturer, blamed it for killing television's "Hit Parade" pro gram, which they said was ending soon. Dr. Vera Wardner Dougan of Beloit, Wis., president of the fed-' oration, declared: "It was nothing but a beat anyway, and it is just beating itself out." Their comment followed and supported a report to the conven- .ion by Ada Holding Miller of Providence, R.I., chairman of thei group's American music section, that Rock 'n' Roll was rocking and rolling itself out of popularity. This conclusion was based on reports from member clubs, half of which are composed of young people, and on popular numbers in the organization's February "Parade of American Music." They were largely folk music and musical show hits. Spaeth said reports from music publishers and recording companies also showed Rock 'n' Roll was coming to an end. "It was nothing but a jungle beat," he said, speaking of it in the past tense. "Perhaps, it did reflect a spirit of our times, but even the kids are dropping it." Attorney General Reverses Field TOPEKA (AP)-Atty. Gen. John Anderson has reversed an earlier opinion and now holds that the Kansas Board of Review has no censorship powers over movies shown on television. In a recent opinion to the Atchison County attorney, Anderson said the Board of Review which censors movies for obscenity had authority to review films shown over .television. Anderson said today, however, courts have ruled state boards of review have no authority to regu< tele or censor films shown by television stations operated under federal Communication Commission permits. For insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobiles Se ? Dean Berlin, Agent IN E. Second Phone CH 2-2804 Harry Says... We have everything to give your car that... New Car Look SEAT COVERS Colorful Plastics Sturdy Jelspun Nylons Economical Fibers FLOOR MATS 3 Tone Colors One-Piece Design Front and Rear Matched Sets Harry Smith AUTO SUPPLY, 110 S. Main Phone CH 2-1522 He. said th« «arl!er opinion did not take into consideration the in? terstate commerce phase of tht question; 4 100.000 Bd. R. of ALL KINDS LUMBER fo Be Sold Cheap! We Must Move This Lumber fo Make Room for Our Remodeling. This Lumber Consists of Different Dimensions and Lengths, We Will Sell This Cheap If Sold within the Next 30 Days! NAUMAN LUMBER COMPANY 1626 S. Main CH 2-1660 KOKEKT RYAN unexpectedly comes across Aldo Ray ana Tina Louise making love In his barn. Scene Is Irom the motion picture version of the controversial best-selling: novel, "God'M LMIlc Acre." The United Artists release opens Wed. at the Tauy Theatre. TOP TY-The Dinah Shore Chevy Show-Sunday-NBC-TV ond the Pot Boono Chevy Showroom-weekly on ABC-TV. •*.w; The Friendly Store Real Steals On "Slightly" Damaged Furniture, Television NEW and Nearly New and Appliances! ^ • In this Kingswood, every window is Safety Plate Glass. Nicest wagon that ever joined your family! Chevy's station wagons should really be called family wagons. You can choose from Jive models, including the four-door nine-passenger Kingswood, with its rear-facing rear seat. Here's a brisk and breezy wagon that'll take on any chore you name, from a trip to the beach to a journey home from the lumberyard. There's room, you see, for a whole half-ton of cargo—a space ten feet long, with the rear seat and tailgate down. These wagons are easy to load, too—you just roll the rear window into the tailgate and flip it down flat. No liftgate to wrestle with. Chevrolet's so easy to handle it's a natural for the lady of the house. Big, safer brakes, too. Chevy's even got bigger tires—they come as standard equipment on every one of our wagons. But why not fall in love with a Chevy firsthand—at your Chevrolet dealer's! The car that's wanted for all its worlhl Fon3 ^' Spr ' n ^ Sales Spectacular" deal see your local authorized Chevrolet dealer! Moore Chevrolet Co. New 2 door Combination Freezer-Refrigerator -- Holds 150 Ibs. frozen food -- automatic defrost refrigerator—deluxe 1959 model -- Reg. price is 379.95 -- This one has a small scratch on the front of the door -- We will sell one only for 275.00 Pay $10 down; 13.00 ea. mo. 2. New 14 cu. foot Automatic Defrost Refrigerator-Freezer Combination -- Holds 100 Ibs. frozen food — Deluxe model -Reg. price is 329.95 -- This one has a chip on the top door - We will sell this one only for 248.00 - Pay $10 down; $12 ea. mo. 3. New 2 pc. Living Room Suite « Foam rubber cushions -- heavy cover -- nice neutral color -- foam padding in back -- cushions and arms — Sells for 229.95 — This one has a slightly rubbed corner -- We . will sell this one only for 175.00 -- Pay 17.50 down; 9.00 ea. mo. 4. New 21 Console TV Set - 1959 model -- Beautiful mahogany cabinet — aluminized picture tube -- tinted safety glass — Automatic tube warmer— I year guarantee on all parts — Reg. price is 229.95 -This one has a damaged corner on the cabinet and will be sold for 195.00 - Pay $5 down; 10.00 ea. mo. 5. New 3 pc. Bedroom Suite — Nice beige tone finish — Large dresser has oak drawers -- Tilting beveled-plate glass mirror — Nice 4 drawer chest of drawers -- Full size Bookcase Bed has sliding panels — Iron side rails -- Reg. price is 159.95 - We wiSI sell this one only for 128.00 - Pay 12.SO down; 7.00 ea. mo. — Dresser has 2 small chips on front of drawers. 6. New 2 pc. Bedroom Suite -- Includes 6 drawer double dresser with tilting beveled glass mirror and full size bookcase bed -Dresser has center drawer guides-dust- proof drawers -- Nationally advertised in Life and Look Magazines for $129.95 -Buy this one for only $85.00 - Pay 8.50 down; 6.00 ea. mo. -- Bed is slightly damaged on top in 2 places. 7. Repossessed Clothes Dryer - Used 6 mos. -- Sold new for 229.95 -- Has 3 temperatures controls — Deluxe model -- Used 6 mos. — Still has 6 mos. left on new guarantee — Sold new for 229.95 -- Buy now for balance on account of 148.00 -Pay 7.50 down then 7.50 ea. mo. 8. Wards Automatic Washer -- 3 mos. old — Guaranteed to be as good as new -Deluxe model -- Sold new for over 200.00 -- Traded in on matching pair -- Now only 129.95 or $5 down; 7.00 ea. mo. 9. Near new 15 cu. foot Upright Home Freezer -- Deluxe model « Has door racks —juice dispensers -- ice cream compartments -- 4 frost freeze shelves -- slide out basket - signal light -- new dri-wall con- truction — fiberglass insulation -- Sold new for 354.95 -- Buy this repossessed one for balance on account of 258.00 --Pay $ 10 down; 12.50 ea. mo. — Will transfer guarantee -- 4 years 6 mos. left on new guarantee — Free delivery. 10. Near new 21" Firestone Console TV Set — Blonde finish -- New picture tube with I yr. guarantee -- Only 89.95 or 5.00 down; 6.00 ea. mo. I I. Near new 9 cu. foot Admiral Refrigerator -- Has full width freezer compartment -« 2 sliding crispers -- Nice finish — 90 day guarantee - Only 89.95 or 5.00 down; 6.00 ea. mo. 12. 3 pc. drop leaf Dinette Set -- Beautiful drop leaf chrome table and 2 nice matching chairs -- Almost new -- Va new price « Only 39.95 or 3.95 down; 5.00 ea. mo. 13. Near new 21" Console TV -- Name Brand -- 90 day guarantee - Only 145.00 or 5.00 down; 7.50 ea. mo. 14. Near new Forney Arc Welder -- 180 amp. -- Used 3 hours -- Has deluxe accessories including Carbon Arc Torch -- Sold new for 249.95 - Now 185.00 or 18.50 down; 9.00 ea. mo. 412-418 South Main St. Ottawa CH 2-3640! ALWAYS BETTER BUYS AT GAMBLES

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