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Ottawa Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1975, Ottawa, Kansas OTTAWA HERALD Page Two Editorial September Change For All One of the more popular movements under way these days is the one Congress is carrying Its aimed at rich people who dont pay or at least dont pay their fair For one member of Congress recently quoted statistics from the Internal Revenue Service which showed 24 millionaires didnt pay any federal income 54 persons who made between and a million escaped the federal Then there are 292 individuals who made more than who paid no Its easy to be critical of these to claim the little guy who cant dodge taxes has to make up the Our system is all some If a lot of the tax dodgers were knocked Uncle Sam would get more tax Estimates are the increased federal revenue would be around Certainly some changes in tax laws are to knock out some of the abused tax shelters big earners now hide The reason for doing so should be based in equality before the tax laws for To push for tax law changes because revisions would bring in a couple billion more for Uncle Sam is The government takes in and wastes too much of our money Revisions should be demanded if they will ease the burden on us Who Needs Him Lets put Shelby Smith out of his Lets abolish the office of Kansas lieutenant As matters now the lieutenant governors salary of plus per year is little more than a In the land where the principle of a days work for a days pay holds Smiths position is even for a a nice was ever visible as a part of the Bennett Smith team during the election As in past there were eloquent pledges of giving the lieutenant governor something to But since it appears that Smith has dropped from the face of the If a citizen filed a missing persons report on the lieutenant the officials processing it would ask who Shelby Smith is and what he That would be a further How would you fill out the form The office could be done away with without harming the ship of state in the A constitutional amendment would do spelling out the details of replacing a governor who died or was incapacitated in The replacement could come from the ranks of current officials at the Kansas would not suffer during a five or even 10 day if such a delay were There is no fear of nuclear nor is there a fear that state government would fall into chaos or worse without the immediate aid of a An amendment to dissolve the lieutenant governors office would be a positive step toward saving tax And it would stop the biggest state welfare check of them Snoring Dear have been having this problem of lama female of snore quite even when I sleep on my and Im quite embarrassed when we have company overnight To Your Good Health By George Thosteson It seems to get and my brother says that every night I get a different if can be Dear Thosteson I am a restless wife from lack of At night my husband He chews and and I lose He wont see a This just started a few years Any Snoring is noisy Snorers are usually at least during sleeping and the sound is caused by air rushing in through the mouth causing the soft palate to Children with large tonsils or adenoids will and obese persons are apt to be noisy It can be reduced although apparently not in the case of the young women by avoiding the ontheback sleeping which tends to allow the mouth to hang encouraging mouth may be wise in trying to get her husband to a Snoring can be indicative of a disorder of the air polyps in the nasal for A bent nasal can block the air and this can cause the person to It can also be An allergy can cause swelling of the nasal creating an Pillow down is a common of fender in This would apply to the young lady Snoring comes with a relaxed and is often a resulting factor of just how fatigued the snorer is on Some who rarely snore become window rattlers after falling into a deep sleep in an overfatigued So degrees of tiredness may account for the variations on the theme presented by Miss We do tend to snore increasingly with This is thought to be caused in some by loss of muscle tone of the soft Snoring is harmless to the mighty troublesome to the Except where it is symptomatic of an un derlying it is not a serious Ail sorts of ingenious gadgets have been devised to reduce including clamps to keep the mouth In situations where the snoring threatens to destroy a such gadgets might be Ive known persons to place stones in the bed beside them at night to discourage turning over onto the Dear Thosteson The heels of my feet have constant at night I notice the pain more since my mind isnt busy as it is in the Is it and why in my heels Or is it poor circulation My doctor has given me but it hasnt helped Could be gout But it would require an X ray of the heel and blood tests for uric acid to determine that The most likely cause is bursitis of the Warm foot baths before retiring and rubber padding in the heels of your shoes should If youve put on considerable weight this could be a contributing Dear Thosteson Is it true that a person can get the mumps over and over again until they have affected both after which youcant catch them One attack of mumps usually confers immunity for but second attacks may occur in from 7 to 10 per cent of Most cases involve children from 5 to 15 years when it is found in males past there is about a 25 per cent chance of orchitis testicular complications Dear Thosteson Can you tell me what effect beer would have on Liquid is important in An occasional beer should have no ill diverticulosis patients should avoid laxatives when If you are one in whom beer produces flatulence and looSe bowel than it should be Forgive me if I seem overly but I rather suspect that your doctor has ruled out beer for and for just such reasons as I So dont take my comments as any free pass to beer Prayer For Today Trust in the and do good so you will dwell in the and enjoy Psalm RSV PRAYER Dear when everything seems to go help us to trust Thee and to wait for the wheat to May hope not fail in our For the love of Thy SATELLITE PHOTOS TAKEN OF LAKES AP Satellite photographs are being used by scientists here to eval uate about 100 of the nations lakes in studies which may cut costs for future water quality Using the Earth Resources Technology the study group examines photographs taken from 569 miles and com pares them with ground sam Trend In New Hampshire By WALTER MEARS AP Special Correspondent WASHINGTON AP This may be a season for political And it is a time in which the campaign muscle of organized labor can be exercised more tellingly than ever Those are the 1976 portents from New Hampshires land slide decision to send Democrat John Durkin to the where he took his seat Thursday still promising to rock the boat It is risky at best to read election returns in one state as a barometer of national But the ballots New Hampshire voters cast last Tuesday do of fer pollingplace evidence of what people are thinking some 14 months before the 1976 elec And those same voters will provide the first test of presi dential candidates next year in the opening primary of the new campaiga Politicians in both parties think those voters are frustrated with Washington and in a mood to vote against the government if they get a That certainly was the choice Durkin offered and they took electing him by a 000vote New Hampshires Republicans hold a registration lead over the but that was no help to GOP candidate Louis Wymans strategists said after the special election defeat that their candidate was at a disadvantage because he was seen as the Washington man and as a fiveterm he never could shake that Durkin said one of his big sellingpoints was the fact that hed never been to Congress and had nothing to do with the system in No less a conservative than New Hampshires Republican Meldrim Thomson said the outcome pointed to trouble for incumbents including himself and President George Wymans campaign said the Republican trouncing was a measure of voter and the unexpectedly high turnout was evidence that the people are more riled up than anyone had thought But Eddie Mane execu tive director of the Republican National said he doubted there were national implications in the New Hamp shire He said Wyman was crippled because of his acknowledged role in arranging a 1972 cam paign contribution by Ruth later named am bassador to Luxembourg by former President Richard The matter is still under investigation by the Watergate special Mahe also said organized la bor was a key to the big Demo cratic Business Mirror By JOHN CUNNIFF AP Business Analyst NEW YORK AP Two deadly Is are staring down the stock intimidating in draining away their confidence in the immediate future of discouraging them from making The two Is are inflation and interest When fears arise about either of them the stock market letter writers flood the mails with cautionary Such a time is The letters are in the Inflation adds to the cost of doing and sometimes it isnt easy to pass along all those costs to the eventual buy High interest rates raise business costs in such money away from into Both interest rates and in flation have advanced of late Television Log ABC NBC CBS NBC ABC Channel PBS Channel CBSABC Channel PBS Channel 6 NBCABC Channel 41 3 6 and 3 denotes Channel on Cable TV and the widespread feeling is that they might rise even if not sharply and then gradually and Finding a consensus on any thing economic isnt easy to There are some who claim the economy is surging but they tend to restrict their What about inflation and unemployment and high interest rates and the depression in two basic autos and housing There however a con census of sorts about inflation and interest It is this There is a real danger both Friday News Family Affair Hogans Heroes Sesame Street Early Show Electric Company Hilarious House of Frightenstein Leave it to Beaver Green Acres 4579 News Rogers c Corner USAAC c News Concentration Sports Aviation Weather Black Studies Andy Griffith Weather c News c Truth 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Rainsberger Football c September FBI c Charlie Chan at the Olympics Ottawa Herald 104 Cedar Published daily except Sunday and Second Class postage at Kansas 66067 Robert Wellington Editor and Publisher Subscription rates to trade including sales one three six one Subscription rates outside trade one three six one Out of state subscribers deduct 3 per cent sales tax MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for publication of all the local news printed in the newspaper as well as all AP news Farm Roundup By DON KENDALL AP Farm Writer WASHINGTON AP Cattle prices seem to have come out of their summer de cline and are leveling at least until more animals come off grass pastures this The Agriculture Department said Thursday that choicegrade steers and heifers at Oniajla 100 pounds last up slightly from the previous week and well above the producers received a year The hog buoyed by a persistent short contin ues to be For the week ended slaughter hogs at the seven major Midwest markets averaged per 100 up from the previous week and an average of a year Although current cattle prices are below their peaks of late the situation continues to look brighter than it did this time last when the markets began slipping and by late winter were around the Agriculture Secretary Earl Butz told the House AgYlciUlture7 on Tnurteday that mdrecattlewill move to market this meaning that some price weakness can be all of the increase in beef production is coming from cattle moving off grass directly to Butz Fed cattle marketings those fattened on grain will remain relatively Pork production may inch up seasonally this but remain well below yearearlier jjnmona take 18283249 Bock and Harnicks Musical THE APPLE TREE NOW SHOWING One Show Each Nite Open Starts PLATA 2434650 i KIDDIE MATINEE Al 50C Peter SellersChristopher Plummer rtheRifuiiNof i Pink Panther IS United Artists SEPARATE ADMISSION Late Show Open Starts All Seats Double Feature the 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