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Thursday, August 21
OREGON CITY DAY
/':fO A.NR Completion oi Rodeo events
omitted on prior evenings due to
i A .! d > cn » ock judging
10 00 A.M. County horseshoe tournament,
Ted Huff, director
12:00 noon All service club luncheon
sponsored by Canby Kiwanis Club
3:C>0 P.M. Accordion Band concert by Colum
bia Conservatory of Music on lawn
5:00 P.M. Chicken Barbecue at picnic ground
sponrc’ ed by O iejon City
Chamber of Cau n v t ’
Friday, August 72
CANBY and MILWAUKIE DAY
7:00 A.M. Completion of Rodeo events
8:30 A.M. Meeting of 4-H exhibitors
9:03 A.M. Judging of livestock continues
2:30 P.M. Free style show on lawn “ Leave it
to Beaver” sponsored by Canby’s
Big Store. Mrs. Marten, director
3 00 P.M. Palmetto Polo, FREE
6:30 P.M. 4-H public dress revue "Fair Mrid”
It came as shocked members
fo the House were considering
(and approvin',) the
tration's request to
federal debt ceiling to the rec
ord peacetime level of $288 bil
It came while the House was
being warned hy some
W ASH IN G TO N , D. C. August 13- ■nost influential members that if
A determined campaign to pro- Congress continued to appropri
tect the nation'j fiscal solvcncy- ate huge
and prevent additional inflation there was no doubt that the debt
from further cheapening the val ceiling would be elevated
ue of the dollar— was urged in higher and there would be fur
the House as Congress grappled ther cause for fiscal alarm.
It - (.me while Secretary of the
vith multi-billion dollar
ing proposals preparatory to ad Treasury Anderson was
that the debt ceiling— although
The fiscal program
proposed raised as requested this year—
was simple— but its effectivncss definitely would have to be re-
degree of sup- examined next year to determine
whether another raise would
port received from leaders
industry and public affairs.
It came while Budget Director
It simply calls for the Am eri
can people to 'wake up and start Stans was saying that the deficit
demanding that Congress stop for this fiscal year might
beyond the $12 billion now fort-
its spending spree. '
Sueh action would have
far- vast (unless spending proclivities
reaching effects for it is through " ere restrained ; and there was
randiose programs financed by a strong pos ability that govem-
cver higher government spending ment spending would
that the New Fair Dealers carry *30 billion for each of the next 5
i n their campaign which has nad ' ears, including the current one
the effect of sending the nation i riding next June 30.
(Spending this year is estim-
a considerable distance down the
aied at the present time at $79
road toward socialism.
This prescription for stimulat billion. Receipts are expected to
ing eeonoomy in government— be $67 billion, leaving $12 billion
and thereby relieveing many of deficit.)
the nation’s ilis— came from Rep.
A ll o f
Byrnes (R .W is .) amid a volley of combined served to
criticism from many o f his
col te need for eliminating all
mounting federal necessary spending.
It was pointed out clearly and
his convincingly that the spending
by programs pushed hy the
refusing to run up the white fiag Fair Dealers must be financed by
o f surrender to advocates of as inflation -creating deficit spend
He ing— and paid for by tax
gave this as his basic conviction: dens passed on to
“ I think there is always
the ',ene-at: '>n-.
h p* that when people start to
Launching Sputnik I hy Russia,
u < : tan.l— and
people it was recalled, was utilized by
must bo made
to understand the New-Fair Dealers as the bas
where we are— there will be a is for renwed— and
change in attitiude.There must be spneding demands both for de
fense and non-defense purpos 'S.
"A n d i am sure Congress will
be responsive to a feeling
for throughout this session of Con
economy on the part of the peo gress— and frequently the A d
ple. I have not given up
the ministration was severely con
fight and I am still going to cx- demned for not spending more
ert every effort I can to
bring than it proposed.
As a resultt ,o give just
economy into cur government.”
W hut ;,a e real significance to examples, Congress voted double
this n llv in g erv for
resistance th'1 amount of money the Admin
to further profligate
spending istration requested for Atomic
E n c t y Oommi-sion
' v s the setting.
tion and added S815,857.000 to
$288 Billion Debt Ceiling
?rnment of the commonwealth.
— Sir Walter Raleigh
Clamili 3ruu crai Hume
Phone MOhawk 5-3754
ORF.GON COW TO’ M I,
HITS N E W COW
The number of m ilk cows
Oregon farms has dropped to the
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re v.rts Oregon State
college extension scr. :e.
Oregon lv 178,000 milk cows
this summer, a drop of 2 1-2 p e r -1
cert from last year and the small
cst number in 23 years of record,
according 'r Stephen C.
:s . T ie
repor* s hr
invent v b
c : P reps
ing scr: ice.
l m " >n pounds
below the s:
nonth n year ago, |
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of Oregon during the mst month
has also lowered milk iroduction.
says Don E. Andersen OSC dairy
W hen temperatures arc 80 de
grees or higher, farmers are ad
vised to provide
.-hade and make sure fr. sh drink
ing water is near.
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Saturday, August 23
9:00 A.M Livestock judging contines
2 to 4 P.M. Free band concert by Citizens
Band of Marion County
2:30 P.M. Palmetto Polo FREE
3:00 P.M. 4-H Grand Champion Showman
ship at grandstand
4:00 P.M. Chimpanzee Act. director Bert
Pratt of Hubbard Zoo
5:00 P.M. Chicken Bar-B-Que in grove
10:00 P.M. Grand Finale Fireworks Display
10:00 P.M. All exhibit buildings close.
Exhibitors may depart with
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Administration officials, how
ever, take the position that they
are not required to spend every
penny appropriated by Congress.
Here is how
Stans explained it to the House
W ays and Means Committee:
"It is my understanding, as a
legal matter, that appropriations
are limitation ( n expenditures
and not m and.ihs to spend. The
Administration i raid, if it deter
mined that an expenditure was
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