Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 5, 1964 · Page 7
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Redlands, California
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Wednesday, February 5, 1964
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DEMONSTRATOR — In Cleveland, police remove a sit-in demonstrator from the city school board. The removal began with the demonstrators choking off movement of persons in or out of the building. They demanded immediate integration of bus-transported students. (UPI Photo) Washington Window Some say wait till end of 1965 fiscal year By Lyle C. Wilson Sen. Harry F. Byrd D-Va., has stated in the fewest possible number of words the federal spending trend of the past several years which President Johnson says he can and will reverse. Johnson is being acclaimed as a great economizer. There are persons, however, w h o counsel caution. They suggest that acclaim for the new President be withheld until the end of the 1965 fiscal year when his promises may be measured accurately against his performance. It is ironical, maybe, that the new Johnson administration 1 pledge to carry out the policies of the late President Kennedy was accompanied by a reversal of the Kennedy policy that was basic in JFK's whole program. That was his spending policy. JFK was a big spender. Harry F. Byrd thumbnailcd it like this: "If federal taxes arc too high —and they are—it is basically because federal expenditures are too high. Reduction in both is long overdue. Continue To Rise "Starting at $76.5 billion in the (Eisenhower) fiscal year 1960, federal expenditures rose by $5 billion in (JFK's) 1961. They went up $6.3 billion in 1962. They went up $4.9 billion in 1963. And in the current (19G4) fiscal year they are increased by $5.8 billion." Byrd discussed Kennedy's spending record in a Senate speech opposing the pending tax reduction bill. He said he was against the bill because the effect of it would be to charge tax reduction into the federal debt, to borrow money to reduce taxes. j The senator is among those Think of "LARRY" For PAINT Use the Paint That is Worth the Work! LARRY'S Paint House Winn Bldg. Colten A Oranga 792-1044 •who are skeptical that President Johnson will be able to keep his date with economy in fiscal 1965. Byrd explained why he is a doubter: "Contingencies involved in j Johnson's $97.9 billion expendi -j ture figure include enactment of j new legislation, market condi-| tions for the sale of government! held assets, effect of weather j conditions on agriculture, reduc -j tion in the postal deficit and so forth." And Byrd took a swipe at those chuckleheads who accept the government's deficit spending operations as a necessity of the cold war. Byrd said it was easy to blame war and national defense for the excesses of poli-| tical spending. But he said that' since the Korean War the federal spending total has increased from a fiscal year figure of $67.5 to the $97.9 estimated to be spent in fiscal 1965 The hike of roughly $30 billion represents S7.5 billion for military and related activities and $23 billion for domestic - civilian activities. Buying Power Drops The senator remarked that deficit spending and increasing public debt since 1939 had reduced the purchasing power of the dollar to 45 cents as of today. "It dropped 23 cents in World War II." Byrd said. "It has dropped nearly 7 cents since the Korean War. It has dropped 2 cents since 1960 (the Kennedy pennies.) It dropped more than half a cent last year." Byrd's Senate speech was a sturdy defense of what the administration's chief economist, Walter Heller, scorns as a puritan ethic. Ethic means character or the ideals of character manifested by a race or a people. The pay - your - bills - on- time and live-within - your-income puritan ethic has gone out of style. It is square. But it worked pretty well for the U.S. government from the beginning until the late spring of 1933. Hinckley says big budget full of gravy train items Pacific Coast News Service SACRAMENTO — Assemblyman Stewart Hinckley (R-Redlands) labeled the $3.66 billion record budget introduced by Governor Brown Monday as "full of gravy train items which are nice to have but which have no bearing on the real needs of the government." Hinckley said that the budget, despite its size, fails to fully meet the responsibility to public education. He called for greater participation by the state in support of local schools. The Republican Assemblyman charged Brown's arguments for a county-wide tax for schools were "double talk." "First he tells us that something must be done to relieve the overburdened property owners and then he proceeds to suggest we pass a county-wide tax for schools which would cost that same taxpayer more." Hinckley said. Regarding the Governor's proposal to form a Department of Housing and Community Development. Hinckley said it is just another unnecessary bureau. "I realize there is a need to help development of farm labor housing and housing for the elderly," Hinckley said, "but I sec no need to create another bureau to accomplish this end." He said this could be given to existing departments to handle. The Redlands' Assemblyman hit Brown's proposal to form a bureau on "tourism" in conjunction with the California Development Agency. "This bureau was soundly defeated at the last session of the legislature and now the governor brings it back, at twice the cost," Hinckley said. He charged that this was one of the more obvious "inconsistencies" in the 1964-65 budget proposal. WANDERING BOXER VENICE, 111. (UPI)—A 3-i year-old boxer named Brutus, was back with his family today! after an unexplained trip to Pittsburgh. His owners, the Steven J. Lopez family, reported Brutus missing last Tuesday. A filling station owner in Pittsburgh, Patrick McGrath Jr., said the dog followed him home Tuesday. McGrath sent the dog back air express Tuesday. "I have no idea how the dog got to Pittsburgh," Mrs. Lopez said. Planet's Approach Newest of planets is tiny "Geographos," which is no more than a mile in diameter. It has been estimated that it will come within less than 4 million miles of the earth in 1969. Among astronomical objects, only the moon is closer to earth. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY! r 57 PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE 4 Dr. Sedan FACTORY AIR CONDITIONER Automatic transmission, power steering and CdQS brakes, radio, heater *17iJ 415 Orange See George or Dick GARVEY MOTORS 7W-2323 Dr.Ross DOG FOOD made naturally... so naturally it's better Princess Irene breaks off engagement THE HAGUE, Netherlands (UPI)—Princess Irene broke off her engagement to a Spanish Catholic nobleman because of pressure from her mother. Queen Juliana, informed sources said today. Queen Juliana announced in a dramatic broadcast to the nation Tuesday night that her daughter had decided against becoming engaged. The queen did not indicate who the pros- spective fiance was, but the names of several young Spanish nobles have been mentioned in rumors. Informed sources said Jan Van Der Hoeve, who flew to Spain as a representative of the queen, had persuaded the blonde, 24-year-old princess to call off the engagement, although he was unable to get her to come home to the Neth- jerlands from Spain. Irene, whose conversion to ! Roman Catholicism was made |public last week, remained in ; hiding today somewhere in j Spain. She may be in a con- Ivent in Pamplona, where she went for a visit, according to jCOurt sources. There was no indication she planned to become -a nun. however, j The Dutch royal family has .been Protestant for three centuries. The population is even- tly balanced between Protcs- 'tants and Catholics. Trainer shoots jaguar in Sacramento SACRAMENTO (UPI)—A jaguar was shot to death by its trainer here Tuesday after it suddenly became violent during a trip in a station wagon from Redding to Los Angeles. Maurice Johannessen of Red- Iding said the animal was tied and tranquilized in the rear of the car for the trip when the drugs began to wear off as they entered the city. When the big cat broke his ropes and started clawing the car, Johannessen opened the door to get out. The cat escaped. Johannessen said he shot the animal with a pistol he was | Redlands Daily Facts Wed., Feb. 5, 1964 - 7 wearing. The jaguar was valued'sion. when he reported, "I just at about $1,000. shot my jaguar." A skeptical I (Johannessen's first report to officer replied, "in the fender the police caused some confu- or in the hood?") Rent electric carpet shamoooer for only $1 Make your carpets new again! 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Ready-to-Bake Cinnamon Rolls 9'/2 01. pkg. 35< 4 Jl FISHER'S BISCUIT MIX Del Monte's "Golden Glow" PRUNES Dr. Ross ... All Flavors ffe 6-m tall X * I rint fnr ™ Dog Food JACK-POT WINNER Petuna Brand ... All Tuna Cat Food 5£- Hunt's Whol* Unpeeled APRICOTS . Wishbone Italian Salad DRESSING . Wishbone French Salad DRESSING . Wishbone Russian DRESSING . MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE Mrs. Jean Watson, 36 Roma St. Redlands. When Gerrord's Market called on Mrs. Watson, she was immediately awarded the weekly prize of 5 Silver Dollars. She then produced the required sales slip and reecived the big Jack-Pot. Her total winnings 40 SILVER DOLLARS. Our congratulations to Mrs. Watson. THIS WEEK 35 SILVER DOLLARS PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., FEB. 6 thru WED., FEB. 12 Ont Pound Can . . . MARKET 2 Pound can . . . $1.25 333 ORANGE ST. — REDLANDS

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