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   Grape Belt and Chautauqua Farmer, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1953, Dunkirk, New York                                THE EASIEST WAY TO 15ELL YOUR FARM ITEMS IS WITH A GRAPE BELT X CLASSIFIED AD and CHAUTAUQUA FARMER THE GRAPE BELT ENJOYMENT FOR EVERY MEMBER OF YOUR HOUSEHOLDS LOCAL NEWS WORLD WIDE NEWS THE BEST COMICS SUBSCRIBE NOW 104 BIG ISSUES for ONLY PLUS POSTAGE OUTSIDE ZONE 3 TODAYS ISSUE 18 PAGES JANUARY 1953 FarmProgram Spending May Be Cut In July By VINCENT BURKE WASHINGTON Truman told Congress today that despite mounting farm surpluses the new Republican administration should be able to cut farm pro gram spending by in the fiscal year starting next July He submitted a fiscal 1954 farm of That com pares with an estimated outlay of in the current fiscal Actual cost in the previous fiscal year was Economy Ax Swung Hard Truman applied the econ omy ax so heavily to some scat tered Agriculture Department of fices that Republicans may have difficulty cutting them For he proposed slash ing or 21 per from salarics paid public information of ficials and or 20 per from salaries to the agriculture secretarys Trumans budget there would be no further drop in farm prices in the next 18 months and that the Republican adminis as a would be able to hold spending on farm price sup ports and wheat export subsidies to That would be below the estimated present Farm Now 12 per cent below the level a year ago have slumped sharply in recent months This has required heavy price sup port outlays and caused concern among farm advisers of President elect Truman did not mention the price decline in his budget Nor did he recommend any new World Wheat Pact The closest Truman came to recommending legislation was in saying his budget the world wheat pact will be continued at least through the next 18 That now cost ing about a year in export expires June There is strong opposition in Con gress to extending He proposed continuance of the soil conservation subsidy program at the present level of That will face strong opposition The American Farm Bureau Fed eration and the National Grange have fought to curtail these sub sidies as ISMillions Over65Still Get Benefit WASHINGTON Truman said today that of the nations elderly persons over still de pend on oldage public assistance from Another are collecting federal oldage insurance benefits that they paid for under the social security Tjruman said in his budget message that of the estimated in expenditures for so cial and health in more than half will be in the form of federal grants to stales for public Most of these grants are for assistance payments ID the needy The president said need for pub lic nee should decline as and people qualify for federal insurance Truman estimated will be paid out of the federal oldage and survivors in surance trust fund in fiscal leaving a balance of These funds are not counted in the Glassware Ceiling Priees Upped WASHINGTON government authorized ceiling price increases ranging up to sev en per cent today on manufactur ing prices for most household and commercial glassware Wholesalers and retailers may pass on to consumers any in creases in the manufacturers ceil ings and add their normal per centage The increases apply to machine made drinking cooking decorative glassware and They do not apply to plate and pane Waterfront Probe To Resume 19 NEW YORK The New York State Crime Commission will resume its public hearing on the New York waterfronl The concluding phase of the in vestigation is expected to last through 10 days to two weeks of public The commission heard explosive testimony on corrupt and criminal waterfront operations fov 10 hear ing days in before ad journing Bill is Prepared WASHINGTON Har old Ostertag said to day he would introduce a bill in the House tomorrow to permit per sons between 65 and 75 to continue working without forfeiting their old age insurance Under the present social security persons and 75 cannot qualify for old agey insur ance payments if they earn more than a inconsistencies of the pres ent law are utterly Ostertag law provides that persons between 65 and 75 must forfeit social security bene fits if their earnings exceed a but at age the sky is tin limit on This is dis crimination of the rankest bills similar Oster alroadv havr NO PARKING TICKET FOR THIS PARKER Parking meters are suppos ed to be for automobile park but are not always used that least not in Fre For an hour or more Wednes day a pony was tied to a parking meter in West Main street near Forest place and did not get a nickel for the time so far as could be Neither did the pony receive a red a young girl west in Main The the young equestrian was Blaze Causes Loss In Warehouse Fire that caus ed damage estimated at by Fire Chief Bernard DuChaine was discovered about today in warehouses in the rear of Main street Tin Ellis operators of a lunch room and ice cream par are the owners of the build ing and the principal damage was to the structure and contents which they It consisted of can ned ice cream cool ers and other The blaze was discovered by Miss Louise an and is believed to have started from a gas stove in the ware Damage in the vicinity of the stove was mak ing it difficult definitely to deter mine the There was smoke and water damage of a small amount to slock stored by the CarhahanShearer Clothing The Howard Sup ply store also had stock the damaged The roof of the structure was badly damaged and will have to be Pie Contest at Cease Plant iii 24 The annual Chautauqua county cherry pie baking contest will take place at Ceases on Saturday January Girls between the ages of 15 and who are either en rolled in high school or a county 4H club can according to Elwin Keech of National Grape who is chairman of the Other counties will hold similar contests and the willpar ticipate in Ihe stale vco test at February The of this contest will represent New York at the Na tional Contest in Febru ary Carlton Stears In a previous account of the death of Carlton prom inent Forestville the name of his surviving Myrtie Biirch was incor rectly Stearns was a former merchant in the a fomer supervisor the town of served as acting post master for years and was active in Democratic party af A TV station recently broadcast from Whitehall in Lon new play before it was first produced on the stage 6 CENTS PER COPY WINNIES MOTHER BORN IN BROOKLYNBritains Prime Minister Winston Churchill examines a City of census book of 1850 during a visit to his mothers birthplace in the His the former Jennie was born in Brooklyn in Brooklyn Borough President John Cashmore points to the entry in the Does Farm Business Members of the Pomfret Chau lauqua and Erie Grape Growers Cooperative association held an allday meeting at the Fredonia Grange hall on to re their j variety of and entertain It Ayas another successful year for this thriving growcrown business that acts as an outlet for GLF products for farm con sumption in the The total business for the year ending July 1952 was of which was for for soil building and for farm This is a new record for he association in annual business hat totalled more than four and a half millions since The principal discussion on as sociation business was in refer ence to the new financing The association has undistributed savings up to July 1952 total ing Of this will je distributed within a short The total represents saving from July The re naming after the forthcoming dis tribution will be retained by the association as a reserve capital iund and hereafter each years saving will be distributed without retention for the customary five Osbeck of GLF district explained certain GLF policies and prac with reference to feed busi ness assisted in outlining ad vantages of the reserve fund change to members and to the as Charles GLF soil Building described re experiments with the use of soil which was applied to heavy clay tomato land set in tomatoes n The krillium furnish by the manufacturer and used n rates from per acre 50 per Tomatoes vere set on May 30 in well fluffed One of the requirements Im proper actjon of the chemical in maintaining a loose condition of ha soil was that it get one good soon after application of the Although such a rain did not fall until harvesting Flagg said there was apparent response amounting to a 2 lo 3 increase per acre on applica ions from per acre Even under these unfav jrable the no satisfactory an swer as to how the chemical fits nto a soil improvement Flagg Carl retiring director of the National Grape Cooperative spoke briefly on the affairs of that organization and SCirby Hayward did the same for the Red Wing Osbeck showed a movie on op soil conservation in the after noon Harry Ingelson of public relations director for the Chautauqua Region Hospital scrv ce corporation in that was the principal speaker during the afternoon entertainment After an introduction that included amusing stunts in which the audi ence he spoke on the progress of synthetic fabrics de The association Howard Aldrich and Charles Ryder were reelected At noon 4he women of the Grange served a roast beef din ner in the dining room of A group of young men from the State Teachers college provided accordion and vocal Villeiiova Grange Meeting Held Villenova met January with the Dewey in the Gerald the in surance announced the an nual policyholdcrs dinner for Jan ary Officers and members at Ash ville Officers training at and 12 at Chautau Dartball will be played by Villsnova at Arkwright on and at Cherry First and degrees will be put on 24 at the next Lecturer Philip Howard present ed the following Arc the Grange of the Fu Gerald Mathewson spoke on Secretary of Agriculture A an Active was read by Bessie Instrumental solos were played by Jarcd of Arkwright accompanied by Alfreda of Hanover An old fashioned spelling bee was held and a stunt number was Before the meeting the mem bers cnjoysd a homecoming tu reen Garage to Open In Forestville John Con fer and Roger now residing in will open a service garage on Main street on January after remod eling and redecoration has been It will be known as the Regular hours at the garage from 8 to 8 The Confers will move to Forestville as soon as arrange ments can be AUTOMOTIVEHINT Shallow scratches in the wind shield may be removed by rubbing the glass with a piece of hard felt that has been moistened with wa ter and then dipped in President Sends Billion Budget To Congress Safety Of Demands He Says New Budget Ata Glance WASHINGTON Trumans fiscal 1954 budget at a Estimated 000 including for mil itary Estimated receipts for a loss in revenue from automatic tax Should continue or go even so there can be financing of rearma ment and a balanced Auto matic tax reductions scheduled for fiscal 1954 should not be allowed o take Winnie Happy About Results OfHisTrip By DONALD GONZALES WASHINGTON British Prune Minister Winston Churchill was reported pleased with his preinaugural talks with President elect Eisenhower today as he headed for a twoweek vacation in The famous statesman arranged to use President per sonal plane for the trip to the millionaire Sir Harold He remained silent on his quick round of talks with Eisenhower in New York and with Tru Congressional and government officials here Wednes riut he was said to be so satis fied with his meetings with Eisen hower that he may return to the United Stales for more formal conferences this spring or sum barring a world This would indicate Churchill and Eisenhower covered the high spots of such world problems as the Korean war and its future Iran and the Middle Western Britains touch andgo atomic energy and chances of a meeting with Soviet Premier Josef Diplomatic Coup Regardless of any understand ings Churchill scored something of a diplomatic coup in getting Eisenhowers ear Diplomats pointed for exam that Churchill was here at the same time France was writh ing in one of its frequent postwar political In Washington the 77yearold prime minister made a social call on Truman at the White House and then toasted his health at a British Embassy stag The mellow tone of the White House meeting was set by Truman who asked his you like to be in the film and bulb as they were At the end of the meeting a presidential aide said just sat around and Both men expressed hope they would ses each other tor the Grape Post Off ice In the Red 666 Millions Vegetable Oils Serious Threat to Dairy Industry Through Synthetic Ice Filled Milk Editors The following is taken from the monthly eco nomic letter of the Northeast Farm foundation for The animal industries of this country have stern competition ahead of them in respect to Dairymen are beginning to re alize that this a very real threat to their Marga rine is overtaking butter by leaps and The per capital use of margarine last year amounted lo nearly while butter has fallen below 9 pounds per per Half the butter market in other Butler represents abQitt a fourth of the total sumption Now Ihe new frozen made of vegetable oils and with out any rapidly moving in on ice It is said that these synthetic ice taste enough like the real thing so that they can sell in direct com They generally use cocoa nut which costs ajround 20 cents a instead of butter fat costing five or six times as How can real ice cream meet competition like that Already these vegetable oil fro zen desserts have been widely sold in four states and it is said that the legal way 5Sopen for them to appear in many Where they have been they to taken over onefourth of the ice cream according to the Pure Milk Association of Chi Filled Milk Socalled filled milk likewise is said to have taken over a fourth of the canned milk ed is made from mixtures of cottonseed or cocoanut oil and skim It is not only the dairy industry that is feeling the competition of other Everyone knows what vegetable shortenings have done to the lard The rising use of detergents is cutting heavily into the tallow in Tallow production has been due to the large numbers of cattle coming to mar ket total output the past year was up some 10 per cent over But as tallow production has been ris on Page TAKES DEFENSE POST John president Michigan State has accepted the appointment Presidentelect Dwight Eisen hower to serve as assistant Sec retary of Hannah will succeed Anna today that the red unless boosts thi department wont flo any under Republican Trumans new budget mated the fiscal 1954 deficit at The current fiscal which ends June is the first to show he full effect of rale boosts voted by Congress in The boosts ncluded raising the penny post card to two cents and increasing second and third class The Icificit in the last fiscal year was In his budget Tru man said the of current deficit is due to y rates for magazines other secondclass mail and or advertising circulars and other hirdclass He said Congress had failed to them high enough despite his and had there by imposed an btir on If rates were liked to wjiere they should he the deficit would shrink to the amount needed o cover costs of government airline subsidies and the Mayer Forms His Cabinet PARIS Premier Rene Mayer Thursday completed a new cabinet in which strongly anti German Georges Bidault will re place Robert one of the irchitccts of plans for a united Europe as foreign after his cab net list to President Vincent Au said the new rightofcenter coalition cabinet will be o the National Assembly for ap proval next The if approved by he will be the ISlh for Trance since the end of World Fifteen of the men who served n the last government of Antoine Pinay are included on cabinet Seven ot those who held posts n ihe last Pinay himself wore dropped mm the Mayer coalition whose oolitical center of gravity is about he same as that of the outgoing The most significant change In he cabinet is the replacement of Ichuman by Bidault is a former premier and he only other postwar foreign minister of By DAYTON MOORE United Press Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON Truman sent Congress today a pro osed spendingbudget of for fiscal 1954 and said the Republicans ought to continue present high taxes or even raise He said the whole total is ential for the safety and well being of the in this time arming against the Soviet Threefourth of it he as ignedi to he atomic aid o and related f It Goes Through If the Republican Congress dopted the whole an mlikely federal spending n fiscal beginning July 1 his would be the biggest xcept during World War Presidentelect Eisenhower and uch as Robert Taft have set a general goal f cutting it to The Sisenhower version of the budget vill be submitted piecemeal beginning in Truman said the govern nent would go in the red by under his budget if Congress lets a corp irate and individual tax go nto effect as He said Congress shouldnt let this Raising Taxes At a seminar with reporters Truman made it doubly plain that he favors raising bal ance the And heexpresse ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED and Martin Polisoto of Forestville announce the en gagement their An to Richard son of and Salvy al so of No date has been set for the Governor Aaron Brown Is sued a call for 2800 men to serve in the Mexican War men volunteered thus giving Tennessee its nick name of the i thatRepublicans cu it without tary or foreign aid H called it a very tight budge The President said that if Con gress permits the scheduled tax cuts to go it en a c substitute Last Truman esti mated federal spending in the cur rent fiscal year at This estimate now has been ctil jack to because of military ion and Congression al cuts in appropriation ruclence And Wisdom He went further to that prudence and dictated he budget be balanced and re be financed payaswe This would mean still higher axes under his spending Unless world conditions Truman military spend ng will hit a peak in fiscal He predicted a drop of year but not at least two r three Truman said price nd rent controls should be con inued at least until vhen the defense peak will be The Republicans and Tru agree on one thing this budget ought lo be Re publicans hope they can do it by jutting They generally are aiming at tax reductions in he following some Mopose individual tax cuts this n Billions President Trumans fiscal 1953 ihd 1954 budgets stacked up this billions of Estimated Proposed xpenditures Receipts Deficit The 1954 budget included these najor Military foreign aid 00 atomic mainly weap veterans interest on national lebt social security National for iign atomic andrelated pro grams added up to per cent of the Truman recommended new or obligational au totaling This is lower than the proposed pending total because billions are eft over from previous appropri Of Truman said Eisenhower lad no responsibility for this bud get and be entirely of to propose Eis nhower has pledged government even in defense spend through elimination of waste and The President countered that his budget represents judg to the amount of funds needed to carry forward our pro grams for the security and wei are of our people and for world MILITARY Total Army Navy Air Forcfc with remainder for verall defense functions stockpil ng of strategic and re ated A total of was ear marked to buy planes and to build a rird super aircraft carrier to cost Truman said the military rogram is our ational security depends upon OREIGN AID The budget didnot break down le expenditure of foreign aid as to lilitary and New au horization as Avell as new appropriation of 00 would be required to extend oreign aid for another year on uch a This increase is required pri marily because of the urgent need o help our Allies meet certain ritical deficiencies in equipment nd supplies for armed Euro ean particularly Britain nd will need economic ATOMIC ENERGY Truman recommended that tomic energy spending be stepped up to an increase of to provide for increases in our re erve of atomic weapons and for the development and testing of mproved He also rec ommended increase infund for development of1 for naval and production of electrical VETERANS The cstfmafed ex penditure for veterans programs was about the same as this Truman said the trend will e upward in subsequent He pointed to the increase n the number of veteransand to he extension and liberalization of eterans benefits by Social Welfare and SOCIAL WELFARE ND HEALTH Estimated expenditures of in this field showed a rop of for this lainly because of ah expected de line in hospital lore than half federal sopial expenditures vould be in grants to states for ublic assistance to needy aged SATURAL RESOURCES Saying that the part of le task developing our river asins is still ahead of runian recommended eight new rejects and additions to ex sting ones to cost He aid the nation no longer some of the flood and hydroelectric proj cts postponed since the outbreak f World War Sixof the new projects would e for control in Ar ansas and on the Ohio The Tennessee Valley Authority tould be permitted to build arnew team electric plant in western art of its system and to expand wo other steam he President also recommended ew power projects for the north In spite of mounting farm sur Truman said the new Republican administration e able to cut farm program pending by His new farm budget totaled as compared with the estimated outlay or ie current fiscal It there would be no fur rier drop in farm prices in the ext 18 Scout Party at Sheridan Hall Sheridan Boy Scout Troop 3 will sponsor a scout party on at in he Grange The Girl Scouts f Sheridan will be guests of the All boys of the town of f scouting 11 to 14 and boys who will be 11 old during are invited to attend this The mothers of the scouts will erve the Songs and games will be led by Assistant Scoutmaster Edwin Hamlet Girl Scout Leader There will be music and ither Boys who re ide at distant places from Sherl Jan can make arrange nents with the Troop at he party for transporttaion The Paul will be Master of   

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