Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on February 15, 1941 · Page 5
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H Ifelephone 3-1111 Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Saturday Morning, February IS 1941 IENATE APPROVES NEW'CEIUNG FoFrTOATpEBf Vandenberg, Capitol Grounds Receive Rosebushes- |rdAndTaft flit Measure Page Five j WASHINGTON, Feb. 14-(AP> i«I;iiparing * chorus of pessi- ifter bearing that thg ^ of i aei<="5e and British aid be staggering, the senate annroved raising the nat-j lebt limit to 565,000,000,000, j i arE est sum in history. j (There have been conflicting 1111 - as to the present! Some have placed it! BDUUV "$49.000.000.000, others; fi; «&300,000,000>. . ' I A Minn came on a voice vote, ( h no audible opposition. The. !"*"' „ then went back 1o the C for consideration of several Kntoents termed minor by SS Brown, Democrat Mich& floor manager of the legisla-, son- _ veteran senate economy and opponents of the program supported the sedation previously speeded Sen the house. They said that S* as congress voted huge ap- iSnnriations and approved multi- sSm-dollar authorizations, it Siorced to boost the debt lim- r Predicts 100 Billions • ««iator Bvrd, Democrat, Vir-' " constant critic of the admin-1 ; fiscal policies, predicted, J»L u.c $65,000,000.000 debt ceil-j L vlould t>e forced up to ?100,-| 00.000000 within the next two; Sklfe called for drastic cuts! uiondefense outlays. Senator Taft, Republican, nHoTfrom the Republican -Me. advocated a larger tax -lev? Be said federal taxes "ihottld total $10,01)0,000,000 to a tU,«H),OOfl,000 a year and ar'; cosed Secretary Morgenthau - and other administration leadf: «s of "passing the buck" to t congress on the matter of '• "unpopular" Increases in the —• Scouts Give Entertainment Boy Scout troops sponsored by Latter Day Saints churches of the Phoenix district will stage a public entertainment beginning at 6 p. m today on the patio of the Latter Day Saints Church at Third avenue and Latham street. The program, which will last three hours, will open with a campfire dinner. There will he games and scouting demonstrations, motion pictures, and novelty entertainment. Appearing will be Billy Burns who has doubled for Harold Lloyd ami other screen stars and who will present a series of impersonations. wr A n ran £ ements are in charge of Wally Broberg, president of the Pnoenix stake of the Mutual Improvement Association. Proceeds will be used to send boys to summer camps. Baby Rescued, Mother Jailed Police early yesterday jailed a 22-year-old Coldwater district woman pending a sanity investigation, and reported she was, found nude in a local hotel room and that she told them she attempted to smother her three-month-old daughter. Mrs. Ruth Melcher, police matron, said the baby, also unclothed, was found almost smothered under several quilts on a bed in the room. It also was suffering from malnutrition and exposure, she said. The woman told her, Mrs. Melcher said, that "the spirits" advised her to leave her husband and two other children, three and two years, and destroy herself and her baby. A package of razor blades was in her clothing. She was discovered by a male resident of the rcom when he arrived there about 3 a. m. He notified the hotel manager, who summoned police. Mrs. Melcher said the baby was recovering in the county children's I home. CLCB PROJECT COMPLETED: Members of the Rose Garden Club yesterday completed a project they have been working on for seine time by planting a rose garden in the capitol lawn in front of the north wing. Mrs. Jane Harmon, chairman of the project committee and the club's first president, is holding the first bush and waiting for Governor Osbcrn to get busy with the shovel. Club members in the immediate background, left to right, are Mrs. George Olney, Mrs. Ronald Luplow, Miss Sarah At wood, Mrs. B. M. At wood, Mrs. Dudley Windes, and Mrs. Frank Flynn.—(Republic Staff Photo.) iThe Ohio Republican "guessed" ftat the pending British aid bill would cost about $5,000,000,000 the Erst year after approval. Senator ffandenberg, Republican, Michigan on the basis of testimony by Secretary Morgenthau, estimated Four Lumber Firms Fined -' - 14 Federal Judge Martin I. , lhat the treasury would have! Welsh today levied fines against •bout $7,000,000,000 for such pur- j four San dictments last December as oper- I ating in violation of the Sherman i anti-trust act. ' The indictments, among several made by a special grand jury investigating Northern California building practices, accused the firms and individuals of controlling bids and establishing unreasonably high prices. ,,, poses in the fiscal year that be- • companies Francisco and four Congratulations \ Sent By Consul Felicitations on the arrival of! the 29th anniversary of Arizona's! statehood were extended to Governor Osbcrn yesterday by Morelos Attorneys for the firms had Gonzales, Mexican consul sta- changed their pleas from innocent Sins next July 1. Wheeler Voices View '-Senator Wheeler, Democrat, . . . . Stantina, outspoken opponent of I™* «* representatives to make a Shelease-lend bill, suggested that i <*jnpete study of Present and She senate be "realistic" and in- Postwar fiscal problems. tease the debt limit to $100,000,3000,000 now. He said British "col- atttes" were requiring England to jpjy "cash on the barrelhead, and m claim we got our independence hardwood executives to nolo contendere, thus placing named in federal grand jury in-! them at the court's mercy. The J. R. HicRins Lumber Company was fined $1,250, and fines of 51,000 were levied against the E. L. Bruce Company Inc.. White Brothers and the Inlaid Floor Company. The four executives ordered to pay $1,000 fines were Alfred J. Bon-man. J. E. Higirins, jr., Frank O' C o n n e r and Charles A. Koenig. Four other officials of the firms involved were granted probation. Judge Welsh also signed a con- Senator Lee, Democrat, Oklahoma, sponsor of a scheme to "draft dollars" for national defense, openly questioned the ability of the treasury to borrow by "voluntary methods" all the funds authorized. The Oklahoma senator recalled Jin detail the "high-pressure salesmanship" for Liberty bonds during sent decree under which the four polio- of "conscripting for the present emergency. .v Brown, in explaining: the legislation, said the present , £ebt limit was $55,300,000,000. illost authorities have said the iTJebt was limited to $45,000,1:4*0,000 plus $4,000,000,000 ear|i,'Barked last year for defense. •IrowTi said the treasury also ..ted authority to issue $4,000,|E*00,900 in "war saving* •Umps" under 1918 legislation )Jiud $900,000,001) in certificates " wider legislation dating- from If,** Spanish-American War. jthe government would lead ' I: Brown explained that all these'nancial collapse and disaster. l*ere consolidated in the new "We're not floating down legislation, which also would sub- the river, we're rollinjr down l*rt the interest from all future it with all our energy," the I *mes of federal securities to fed-j Colorado senator said. IS[r? XR and E"' 6 the treas -' Just before passage, the senate I|»y flexible authority in issuing:accepted an amendment by Sen- ls CU S.i es "J. 5 " 13 " denominations;ator Morris. Independent. Nebras- U. S. Post Quit By New Mexican iiuuisuif mi i^iiKny UUHUS uuniiij,arm uecree unaer wmcn me lour I Wicnivr-rnN f»h iJ /Ami the first World War and Uien San Francisco companies were per-'Presidf" RoJsevl'lt Today ac7ep\ed urged congress to adopt a definite manently enjoined from partici- ,{£f resignation o^" James W Young i polio- of "conscripting wealth", natine in anv future ronfpr P nr« !lr Jr..! En ?... 0 " _. ^Vi!!.;.- .,.£? tioned in Phoenix. Mr. Gonzales sent the governor the following message: "On behalf of my government, of this consulate, of the citizens of Mexico residing in this state and of myself, please accept my most cordial congratulations on the anniversary of Arizona's statehood." o Everyone In Need of DENTAL PLATES! Now You Can Deal Directly With DENTAL LABORATORY Eliminate the middleman. When you come to us for your dental plate and bridge work you are SAVING MONEY because you get lower prices. Too, you are assured of perfectly satisfactory results, because you deal direct with a dental technician and a registered dentist, thus being assured of technical profection plus professional accuracy. Dr. W. V. AMMONS Dental Laboratory 308 LUHRS BLDG. PH. 3-4860 Bolivia's new railway extension I mile long and 80 feet above the; will have a bridge more than one I Paraguay river. Meet the smart "VAeABOND" new in Budget Hat Box Square-crowned felt sport ster with a rakish air! Pastel colors with contrasting puga- ree band. So popular with Budget Hat- Box "fans" they sell by the twos and threes! STREET FLOOR KORRICKS' VALLEY OF THE SUN FASHIONS* North Carolina, and Adams, Dem- j hardwoods in which they deal ocrat, Colorado, members of the; The plea of nolo contendere was economy bloc said they feared; the first in this section in the cur- the constant borrowing policy of ren t campaign by the attornev gen- i^. 6 ?°, ve l I }^l t SS^JSl 10 f " eraVs_pmce to curb violations of , resgnaon o ames oung , paling in any future conferences.'of N«v Mex°co as d^ector of thf negotiations or understandings in- i bureau of foreign and domestic commerce, eife'ctive as of Januar^ — - • th<? priCC ° f the Battract thrift-savings. '. Taft Assails Plan £faft contended that the most - treasury could hope to raise ka. As explained by Brown, this amendment would restrict to one year the authority of the secretary of the treasury to limit the 11small investors was $4.000,- amount of small-denomination ,i» » ««S~?SIS, ll must borrow j government securities any individ- ibout mOOO,000.000 in the nextlual might own. 6 months and this would result Two other senate amendments ^loaning down banks with gov- gave the treasury power to reim- llESSr"!- n . fls> " with Probable | burse the post office department lauager irom inflation." |f or any expenses incurred in sell- Ik. iS) te Jnere 'y makeshift when:ing federal securities, and re- Ir^l!;? 1 a ^j"" 1 policy," Taft said, j moved existing limitations on de^ sounded a similar warning i nominations of stamp and other asked congress to create a thrift-savings issued by the treas- •__ committee of six senators urj' the Sherman antitrust act, not only in Northern California but throughout the nation. 31 last. Young resigned November 13 to devote his full time to the work as director of communications under Nelson A. Rockefeller, coordinator of commercial and cultural relations between the American republics. VALLEY OF THE SUN FASHIONS* in an informal showing during the Continental Buffet, 1:30 every Saturday at the Westward Ho Budget Sports Shop Has Your Skirt on a Stick 1.98 Ifopical printed cotton skirts come tied as pictured On a bamboo stick! Tub them, tie them again and «jt them dry "crinkle pleated". Like the full skirts Navajo women wear . . . like the native Hawaiian JJ'rt ... fun to wear here in our Arizona sun! ween, brown, red and blue, sizes 10 to 18. 5*«»Kenley white dotted Swiss blouse (sketched] . . 1.98 i' Burtcrt gporti Shop, Street Floor MONOGRAMMED WITHOUT CHARGE FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY Streamlined to go with your new silhouette. Full cut to accommodate itself to your active life. Every seam will stand by you staunchly according to an old Barbizon custom! The fabric, rayon Satin Jaunty, is a Joy to touch, a delight to tub and a friend to your budget. Blush or white, regular or short lengths, in sizes 3ll/ 2 to 371/2 and 32 to 44. In pure silk Satin Dosche, called Bryn Mode .... 3.50 Korticki' BAKB1ZON SHOP. Second Floor Two Fabrics Are Smarter Than One in the Good Little Jacket Dress 16.95 Navy rayon crepe teams up with rayon Jersey print in this new and diverting little jacket dress. The print and caballero buttons are definitely south of the border . . . there's a matching lilt, to the skirt which hangs deceptively straight but flares engagingly as you walk. Just one of many good little jacket dresses that are boon companions in your wardrobe. Sizes 12 to 20. Korrlcfcs' Drtu Shops, Second Floor Washington at First Washington at First •ntfitered comes the vj Art at once dramatic and casual | 9 .95 29-95 Easily the most arresting fashion of the moment, these dashing, exciting new capes! To be worn over all your dresses — your suits. You'!! like the brisk, military air of the navy twill with its emblem fastening . . . the flattery of the pastel Downglow capes ... the swish' and swagger of their long clean lines. Capes are news . *. capes are at Korricks' wearing Valley of the Surt Fashions* labels! (Top) Navy twill with a military air, sizes 12 to 18. 19.95 (Center) Both capes are in Downglow; desert beige, dawn blue, wood rose, sizes 12 to 18 29.95 • - Second Floor Fuhlon Shop! •Reilitend Washington at First

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