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:s an increase o f
ent fiscal year) estimated
re more than nine percent
ceipts at $73.5 billion, expendi the 423 deaths reported in 1956
tures at $72 billion, and
The complete picture for the
surplus at $1.5 billion.However, year remains in question since
the number of accidents
JAMES n DOUTHAI
Elroy announced on December persons injured for the entire
Administration year w ill not be
W A S H IN G T O N — Hopes for would ask Congress for another about six weeks.
income tax reduction are cen billion dollars to finance stepp
Through November, howev
tered on the epochal
hearings ed-up defense spending for this er, the state had recorded about
which started January 7 before fiscal year.
a 12 percent decrease in acci
the House Ways
In addition, the staff of the dents and slightly more than a
These hearings Joint Congressional
Commit 7 percent decrease in persons
could determine the nations fu tee on Internal Revenue Taxa injured over the same period a
tion— which in the
past has year ago.
Tax reduction advocates in been rather accurate— estimat
Washington contend that
the ed on November 27 that receipts
Soviet challenge must be met for this fiscal year would
by maintaining the
strongest $72.2 billion, down $1.3 billion
possible economy — in addition from the October forecast.
to developing military might.
I f all this proves mathemati
They also contend that tax re cally correct, therefore— and
duction is imperative to streng there is no change otherwise—
then our economy and
assure the govenment would end this
OREGON C IT Y -T h e open the production and job-opport fiscal year with a $800 million
of what could unities the future demands.
deficit.But many in Washisgton
prove to be a turbulent politi
Arguments with respect to a contend that, even.
cal year was blown Thursday wide variety of
tax revision forecasts turn out to be accur
morning when Stan Skoko, de proposals w ill be presented to ate, changes can be made other
mocrat, filed with the county the committee. More than 300 wise. They assert that consider
position requests have been
clerk to recapture a
received ably more than
County from persons or organizations could be saved by eliminating
on the Clackamas
wishing to testify.
government waste and extrava-
Skoko, a veteran of county
This high degree o f interest gnee, abolishing
politics, was defeated in a bid is regarded as encouraging—
programs and postponing other
for county judge two years ago but is not surprising in view of
programs which are not urgent.
by Ed Latourette.
the fact that this is the first op
The same reasoning applies to
CT'ite«.-.* s i .
The first to file fo r office in portunity presented by Cong
the 1958 election year, Skoko ress in ten years for a complete
though there may be another in
announced his intention to seek re-examination o f the nation’s
crease proposed s defense spen-
the nomination in M ay prima income rate tax structure.
1 ding— and it looks as
ry fo r county commissioner.He Some o f the
testimony w ill this is certain.
T h e n ew S .S . lilt \SII. ( b o t to m p i c t u r e ) , o n e o f th e m o s t
j served on the county court for recommend enactment o f
Supporters of the Sadlak-Her
(u s u r io u s c r u is e s h ip s e v e r h u ilt , h as fa c i l i t i e s f o r “ h e a d -to -
j eight years between 1949-57. Sadlak-Herlong
which long bill point out that the tax
t o e ” s u n b a th in g in th e S o la r iu m ( l o p p i c t u r e ) a t o p t h e
He was first elected on a road would lower personal and cor cuts scheduled are based on the
s h ip ’ s d u m m y fu n n e l.
‘ reform program in 1949
and poration income tax rates to a expectation that
the maximum of 42 percent by
In 1958 a proud new cruise
sun-tanning. Pallets covered served as a watchdog on
a growth o f the economy would
hip, the S.S. B rasil , will go into
with Neotex will be provided for court over the county’s road series o f
annual reductions provide enough additional tax
•rvtce between New York and healthful, lazy interludes under building and
pro spread over fiv e years. Backers
revenue to justify the rate red
•nith America for Moore-Mc-
the tropical sun. A curved, tint grams.
of this legislation— and it is uctions.
ormack Lines, Inc. Among the
ed-glass windshield will give pro
Skoko’s last tw o terms in of
In reply to contentions that
novations provided for by the
tection against the sea breeze.; fice spotlighted the now histor supported by several hundred
•signers of this sleek liner is a
For 27 out of the 31 days the ic O & C battle in which coun organizations in every part o f tax revenue now is diminishing
ilariunt with facilities for bare
voyage to and from South Amer ties in the state w ere paid $9 the United States- believe that, rather then expanding,
ica requires, the Solarium is million accumulated by the fe among other things, it would point out that, generally speak
This Solarium, 57 feet by 24
ing, economists predict an up
expected to be one of the most
et, is located 100 feet above the
from the itl essential fo r the nation’s eco-
popular areas on the new ship. I deral government
turn within a fe w months. In
iter line atop the ship’s dummy
Ports-of-call on the B R A S IL ’ S
addition the Sadlak- Herlong
ninel. A partition separates the
sunshine cruise include Trinidad,
Members of Congress favor bill permits postponement of
■larium into two sections, one
ing tax cuts— as an investment a scheduled tax cut if econom
r ladies and one for men. Sun
Santos, Montevideo and Buenos man celebrated N ew Y ea r’s Eve in the nation’s future —obvious- ic conditions are adverse.
orshipers will find in this So-
>rium all the requisites for ideal
with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Collins j ly are aware that they face for
midable hurdles. But they are 1957 D E ATH T O L L O N L Y
convinced that their cause " is
SURPASSED B Y 1946
just— and intend to push their
present program in every way death toll fo r 1957 has
set at 462 by the Department
Prehaps the principal hurdle o f Motor Vehicles traffic safety
is the governmen’s fiscal situa division.
It is the second
tion. As presented by high o ffi highest toll ever recorded
cials, it is as follows:
The October 1 mid-year bud- high was 482 deaths in 1946.
ie sooner news and advertising is in
ir office - the better! Tues. Deadline!
Bare Sunbathing on New Luxury Liner
juries had been reported
the first 11 months o f the year.
A ll monthly figures and the
year-end figure are subject to
revision because deaths which
occur withih 12 months after
an accident as a result of in
juries must be charged to traf
fic, the division said.
53,473 accidents and 14,394 in-
Mrs. Jim M iller o f
and Mrs. De W olfe of Estacada
visited Mrs. Victor Bresko last
Thursday They enjoyed play
ing canasta in the afternoon.
START THE NEW YEAR
Building Your Future Now!
CLACKAMAS COUNTY BANK
Make regular deposits and be a consistent
saver. Then you will have funds instantly avail
able when you need them for any emergency
that may arise.
We will welcome your account and give you
personal efficient service.
" " ; A w w w w
Serving Eastern Clackamas County Since 1911
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
'58 FORD PRICES ARE
LOWER IRAN 57 PR
ON POPOLAR CUSTOM 300 AND FAIRLANE SEDAOS!
D r y those tears, Sonny. The L a w has
brought you home.
But when you’re grow n up, don’t get
lost then— fo r the L a w won't be able to
bring you home I
Sure, grown-ups often get lost. They
choose the w rong road, they take the
w rong turn, they depend on the wrong
ideas, they seek the w ron g aims. And
some o f them get lost again and again.
W h y can’t the L a w b rin g them home,
too? W e ll, when a grow n-up gets lost
J generally does a lot ot
o f harm
narm to him-
- • -«---
*•»- at— nun-
s e ll and others. A nd then it’s the jo b
o f the L a w to protect people from the
barm be is doing.
But, Sonny, when yoo gro w up you’ re
not go ing to get lost. W e have thou
sands o f churches fo r youngsters like
poo— a n d
fo r po u r
Churches teach us to find ourselves
b efo re we have a chance to get lost.
TH E C H U R C H F O R A U . . .
A L L F O R TH E C H U R C H
The Church is the greatest (ac
tor on earth (or the building ot
character and good cfiizenship. It
is a storehouse o( spiritual values.
Without a strong Church, neither
dem ocracy nor civilization can
survive. There are lour sound
reasons w hy every person should
attend services regularly a i d sup
port the Church. They are: (1 )
Tor his own sake
(2) Tor hts
children's sake. (3 ) For the sake
ot his community and nation. (4 )
For the sake o l the Church Iteetl,
which needs his ejo ra i and ma
teria l support. Plan 1» g o so
church regu la rly and rea d you r
B ible d a ily.
Chapter T en s*
St U -n
Wednasd'y? Corinthians 4 IS -U
Thursday I Coriathieas 4 17-21
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'M ford Cittm 300 Tutfoi S*d»n
While prices o f other ’58 cars have gone UP
Ford has reduced prices B ELOW 19 5 7!
Ford h a t raducad (ha prieat o f
popular Cutlem 300 and Fairlana
modalt below 1957 prieat I
CLACKAM AS COUNTY NEWS
ESTACADA CHURCH OF GOD
S econ d
a n d M a in S tr e e t* - “ T h e C hurch w h e re a C h ris tia n E x p e rie n c e m akes you a m e m b e r-.
Pastor James Moore
ESTACADA FORD and MERCURY
PR0VTO AND APPROVED AROUND THI WORLD'
A FORD DIALBR!
MILLER CHEVROLET SERVICE
TOM M Y MAY COFFEE SHOP
and Sporting Goods
They’re economical cars, too. You
can get up to 15% better gas mileage
by teaming a new Interceptor V-8
engine with new, optional Cruise-O-
Matic Drive ..: up to 10% better gat
mileage from the Niileage Maker Six.
And when you hear the extra-
generous trade your Ford Dealer can
offer you . . . you’ ll know that
R IG H T NOW is the time to go Ford 1
N O B O D Y OUT-TRADES
Your M arshall W ells Store
And these new ’ 58 Fords thatjwii
ran buy far less than 1957 prices are
beautifully styled, handsomely
trimmed cars that stand up with
pride alongside even the costliest cars.
Visit your Ford Dealer and Action
Test a new ’58 Ford. It will prove to
you that for smoother riding comfort,
topnotch performance, tight-fisted
economy, best dollar value ; : t a ’ 56
Ford just can’t be boat!
Estacada Ford & Mercury