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April 22, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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|r--MOtTHWMT MOUMMS TUMM, hyMMvIN, AHMMM. TuMoy, April 12, 1»SJ Some liwmikers Agree Federal Budget (an Be Balanced WHhoul Fresh Taxes Washinnton -(/P)- Some Influen- iwmakprs ngrfod todny with fit) lawi ihe Coni can »nd should he balnm-ivi next year. Thwt congressmen said new iimitlce for Economic De-j taxes are out of 1he fjtie.slion. i»Jcpinent that the federal budge COSTS GOT YOU DOWN?!' You'll be ainucd it the low low ftttt Crown ofiicri... com only K is much 11 Jriting your turn ar! And when you buy round- crip tickcti you uye 20% men on you return trip! down Coich Tnvtl ii 10 conwflitflf, loo- with frfijutnt ichedulfi ind hMft-of-tbe-city depoti. Set your tool Crown Coich igcnt for . km ind ichedulei, inywhrre, UNION BUS DEPOT 101 N. Callt(* Hum II IHIf T»»t MCKAett *T IVM The CF.I3, businessmen'*. research group, nlso had expressed the belief In a statement yetter- day that expenditures could he brought Into line wilh government Income without new revenue. But that if Congress so, consideration (t suggested doesn't think should, be given to a "temporary" federal retail sales tax on everything except food, housing and articles already subject to direct federal excises. "There aren't any temporary tnxcs," Representative Curtis (R Neb), a member of the t a x - w r i t i n g Ways and Means Committee, coi m e D i e d . "So-called temporarj taxes are Imposed wilh. the hes Intentions, but somehow they always become permanent. "In addition, the federal government has waited too long In get Into the «nle« tax field, already pre-empted by most of the states. Representative Martin of Massachusetts, the Republican Icndc: of the House, agreed with Curtis · nd the CED on the ability of Congress to iivoirt a treasury dcflcil without new levies! Six Billion Cot "The House already has cut ap- jroprlatlon bills, more t h a n ' n i x billion dollars below budget estimates, and we still have a couple of bills to work on where we can make iddltlonal savings," Mariln old a reporter. All but two of the regular rte- artmental appropriations for the 95,1 · fiscal year, which begins illy 1, already have passed the House. For these, President Truman asked 105,900,000,000, The iouse voted $59,500,000,000. The Senate hain't nctcd on any of the 'Ills yet. The CED recommendation wns drafted by a research and policy committee headed by Mayer Kostnbaum of Chicago, President if Hart Schaffncr and Marx. The CED report concluded a Balanced budget could be achieved without harm to the defense pro- rim, on this basis: 1. Tile committee calculated that dud expenditures on the mlll- ory-forflfn aid program will lag !«(«t |),500,000,000 behind the resident's eitimate. 2. It figured another four bil- lon dollars could be invert hy reducing waftn and Inefficiency the military programs." 3. It recommended cuts of $2,0(1,000,000 In upending other thm military ind foreign aid. Not white, not when, not ry», mt · flivor blend of all three-- unge'i Roman Meal Bread. It-lt-tf New Malady Spread By Cat Scratches, Physicians Report Cleveland -(/Pi- A cat ncratch new h u m a i disease, was reported today 10 the American Collegu of Phv!in«n«. Hum»ns often get it a f l n r beini; scratched by house cats. The cats nr«. perfectly healthy tliemscives. But the disease is caused by something, maybe a virus, carried oh the cat's claws. This ailment apparently Is not uncommon, said Dr. Worth B. Daniels of Georgetown University School of Medicine and Dr. Frank G. MncMnrray of Washlnslon, D. C. They reported 60 cases in IS states and Hawaii and Canada. A few days afler b e I n scratched h u m a n s jrct sick. They (!!l » fever which may run to 104 degrees and last a few days to five weeks. Lymph nodes of g l a n d u l a r kernels in the armpits, neck and groin may swell to the si/e of golf balls or small oranges. Often they break down into absesscs, with release of pus. The nodes may stay swollen and tender for seven weeks to six months. Humans feel sick, with poor appetite, weak/less, nausea, aching, chlllK, and headaches, some fihow a smaHskln rash. · T h e h u m a n s always recover, but may feel ill for six months. No treatment Is known yet. Springdale The Robert R. Lee I'arcnt Teacher Association met Monday ifternoon in the school auditorium. A film, ''The Future of Democracy," was shown. to organize a youth's recreation center under sponsorship of the Sprlngdale Kiwanis Club. Paul Shaffer was elected president «f (he organization. Other officers elected were: Gaye Warren, vice president; Margaret J o h n s o n , secretary; Jimmy Cypert, treasurer; and Jimmy R o b e r t s , sergeant - at - arms. The council members elected were Danny Wdtson, Phillip Steele, Dcwcy Johnson, Shirley DuCote, and Lou Verne Backus. One feature of recreation was the tape recording of voices of those present. Refreshments were served. Approximately inn persons met Saturday night in the Legion Hut The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Ray H u n t of Hlriam. Ohio, visited here Sunday. Mr. H u n t is the former pastor of the Christian Church in Texarkana. Mrs. Glenn Jones of Springfield left Friday for Scott Field, fiellcville, 111., w h e r e v e r husband. A/C 3" Glen K. Jones, is attending radar school. Mrs. Jonrs was accompanied to Rellrville by her father, D. O. Letch of Springdale. Lions Club began selling brooms Monday morning and will con tlnue through Friday. They making a. house-to-house canvas and the proceeds will go for sigh preservation. The brooms wcr made by the Lighthouse for th Blind at Little Rock. Dallas Barrack of Holcomb Street left Sunday night for Oklahoma City to show merchandise at the antique show being held in the Hall of Mirrors at the Municipal Auditorium. Mrs. turned Fannie Nelson was re- to her home on Putman Street. Monday morning from County Hospital, where she had been a patient for several days. The trip was made in a CaJIison- Sisco ambulance. The Springdale Iris Garden Club met Monday afternoon at the City Park. Lunc-h was served in picnic slylc. Members of the club ook plants and bulbs and planted flower beds in the park. Them be a called meeting of the club when the tulips arc in full bloom at the home of Mrs. John Carlcy West. Mr. anil Mrf. Harold Hcnso have received wnrri that their son Lt. Harold (Sonny) Henson, ha landed in Tokyo. The Springdale Public Librar Board and several guests' me Monday night and saw s«v«a short films, entitled "The Ro mance of Robert Burns," "America the Beautiful" and "Hopi Arts ant Crafts." Mrs. Roy Hitter directed the program. Demonstrations on jewelry making were given by Mrs. Gaynoi Stewart when the Council o Ozark Artists and Craftsmen me at the Salem Lutheran Church basement 'Monday night. Bill} Kennedy, president, conducted th meeting. M e m b e r s dlsplayec samples of their latest work. At the close of the meeting- refreshments were served by the hostess. Members of the Springdale Come to Link Way Wednesday, April 23 and tee the New Westinghouse Appliances now on display. Miss Lorraine Williams of the Southwestern Gas I Electric Co. will serve coffee and cookies. Come register for valuable priiei to be given away. Priies on display in our window. Link Way Stores Co. E. Center Phone 162 Emergencies Handled al Once! Don'f let sudden Plumbing Disorders phaze you. Call us for rapid repair service. C LColl 1886 j No Job Too Big , No Job Too Small D PLUMBING CO. 231 W. Mountain and (km Brossier Named Arkansas AP Chief New York-f/HhAppoinlment of Clem Brossier as acting chief o( Thu Associated. Press at Little Rock, in charge of Arkansas, was j announced today by Frank J. Stareel, general manager. Brossier succeeds Justin R. Anderson, who is being given another assignment. Keith Fuller h«s been nimed acting correspondent at Jackson, Miss., in Brossier's former post. A native of Florida, Brossier rose from office boy to managing editor of the Orlando Morning Sentinel during a newspaper career which was interrupted by service in the V. S. Coast Guard n World War II, He joined The Associated Press in New Orleans )ecember 14, 1947, and has been r ackson correspondent since Janu- iry 2, 1949., Ktwi ·» wNk Sft* · Announcement ROBERT E. RIFE Is Now Distributor For The TUL5A WORLD AND TRIBUNE in Fayctleville and Jpringdalc 310 N. 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