Irving Daily News Texan in Irving, Texas
7 Jun 1962

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7 Jun 1962

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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - June 7, 1962, Irving, Texas In hmm amp map i my he thursday june 7, 1962 daily news texan Irving. Texas Page 5 a comfort�,111110�?T to give i air conditioning advice hmm in Wei Mew wow Iron h a in in in an air conditioning Quot Comfort clinic Quot for the Public will be staged at Lone Star Gas company s Irving office 205 South Jefferson june 12-14, according to Joe Clover Irving District manager. Glover said the clinic will consist of a team of air conditioning consultants who will be prepared to answer any question or Supply any facts regarding engineering design initial Cost types of equipment operating costs Etc. Relative to air conditioning your Home or Busine with James Price on med cruise James h. Price signalman second class i Sny son of or. And mrs. . Price of 1530 Etain rd., Irving is serving aboard the Dock Landing ship uss Shadwell which departed its Home port of Norfolk va., on May 14, for a five month deployment with the sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. Gas fuelled equipment. Quot the service is offered free of charge and at no obligation to All Lone Star Gas said Glover. He noted that All persons attending May Register for a free Gas Lite to be Given away at the conclusion of the 4-Day clinic. The clinic will be open from 930 . To 8 . Daily and refreshments will be served Glover said. Quot everyone is invited to come by any time during the Day or Call for an appointment the Lone Star manager said. The consulting team will include . Mellor and Lawrence Janecka Lone Star air conditioning engineers David Smith and Ralph Stephens Lone Star air conditioning sales specialists ail of fort Worth Charles Ford Lone Star Salesman from Bowie and Jack Northington of Dallas territory manager for Arkla air conditioning corporation. Pm get a the answers to All tour questions from top air conditioning consultants at the Lone Star Gas Comfort clip Irving june 12 to 14 9 30 to 8 daily m is a formal furniture Wappl 1516 West in. Now open in our new location Irving blvd. Two Hundred friends relatives and Well wishers turned out to hear the piano students of mrs. E. A Patrick presented in a formal recital. The recital was held in the Royal room of the Holiday inn West. Pictured Are left to right 1st Row usher ettes miss Suzan Black and Elizabeth Carroll. Students Laura Dickey Mike Thornhill Debra Ann Childer Cathy Wheelock Kathy Hargadine Melanie Austin sue Patrick fond Morgan Gary Shaffer 2nd Row Debie Buchanon Jeanatta Mosher Sarah Russell Roger Black Erin Glasgow Bebe Goodloe Jane Williamson Kathy Tankel Bill Hargadine Cathy Conner Cynthia Russell John Phillip Kern 3rd Row Lorene Hodge Diane Loyd Valerie Huth Linda Russell Greg Loyd Brenda Porter Jan Long and Judy Naughton Washington report or congressman Bruce Alger a 5th District. Texas or in Quot medicare Quot has become la famous Battle word and May be part of the Kennedy administration epitaph. Unquestionably the president this time has gone too far. The presidents downright demagoguery and misrepresentation of the provisions of the King Anderson Bill placing medical care for the elderly under social Security i pre dict will not go unnoticed or misunderstood. Here Are some direct contradictions to the presentation of this program by the in resident and other supporters. I the elderly will snot be covered Over 3 Mullion Are not covered by social Security and thus immediately and inequity is creaked. Further even As the i needy May not be covered i millionaires will be covered. 2 the Cost will not be nominal it will be Gigantic and increasing not $1 a billion annually As represented but $2.5 billion initially i and $6 billion or More when j fully operating. 3 social Security tax will exceed in come tax of those of modest income example by 1968 a i in an with a $4000 income and 3 dependents will pay $380 in social Security and $245 # in income tax. 4 less than 1/4 of medical costs Are co Vered since there Are deductible amounts that just j must be paid first $90ofhos-< Pital Cost and no individuals doctors or surgeons fees will be paid these Are but some of the subjects of misstatements now being made. Further wrongs i the program is compulsory not voluntary 2 the real intent is a foot in the door for later inroads by the Federal i government in the medical a Field. Witness one of the chief proponents statement to i his Union Walter Reuther that All they want to do at this time is to get the principle established so they can Amend it later to include All they want. All they want must inevitably result in the socialization of Medicine. On the other hand there Are other and better ways to solve the problem of helping the elderly. For example we now have Kerr Mills and other existing programs which Are taking care of those in need of medical Aid. In additon. Congressman Tom Curtis in a Fine article in the Reader s digest states Quot in All the juror sensible solutions to the problem have been ignored. There Are ways of providing proper medical care for older people without adding More billions to those now being spent by the Federal government. First taxpayers should get a break for paying any part of their parents1 medical costs including medical insurance. Second the King Anderson plan is compulsory. But people should be free to choose the Type of insurance that Best suits their needs. Third More and More people Are insuring themselves. Fourth every Effort should be made to learn How each Community now solves its problems of providing medical care for the aged. Fifth we should make it easier for elderly people to pay doctors Bills. Recently Blue shield in Illinois began a new insurance program for people 65 and Over which covers the Cost of doctor and surgeon fees in hospitals and nursing Homes. Finally private pension funds should be allowed to provide medical insurance for their own members. The Basic truth is that King Anderson Bill would set up yet another fantastically expensive Branch of the Federal government. One that can never pay for itself one that the people do not need and the nation cannot the american people will pay for Kennedy s Victory Over american business and the total Lack of understanding on the part of key administration officials of our free economic system. On monday May 21, the Stock Market plummeted to a new year s Low. It racked up losses of $27.5 billion since april to the Day the president attacked the steel companies for 14 million stockholders. The Dow Jones average hit 98 Points below its Quot recession Quot High of last december. Yet vice president Lyndon Johnson does no to believe this is important. On monday the vice president said Quot every important economic indicator stands at an All time Johnson made his Rosy statement in spite of the fact that on saturday president Kennedy expressed worry Over the plunging Market. Perhaps Kennedy reads All the papers and won t let Lyndon have any. From Zale s the perfect gift for dad in m we. -v.�5v,y. 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High High school registration june 8th taught by a Elizabeth Schaefer classes one hour and supervised study one hour Rhone by 2-1314 a by 2-1645 swimming lessons available summer Day Camp free bus service for Day care children Copeland open a charge account 9 months to pay clothes

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