# OCR Interpretation

Thursday, April 30, 1959 Tri-County Publications: Arcade Herald, Bliss News, Wyoming County: Delevan Press, Cattaraugus County: Sardinia Censor, Holland Review, Erie County Page Three We are in desperate need of low mileage cars ... therefore we will allow more for your present car NOW than it will ever bring again. You can own an OLDSMOBILE from AL CASSICK for less than some of the lower priced-ears... visit us now for an exceptionally good buy. ///&/7 yoc/i/ //?//?£/ AL CASSICK OLDSMOBILE Olean Road Route 16 Open Evenings East Aurora DYNAMIC 88 2-DOOR SEDAN: Featuring a spirited ROCKET ENGINE with ECON-O-WAY carburetor and new 2 -afage automatic choke for Improved fuel economy. Ostertag Reports A WEAPON FOR THE FIGHT AGAINST INFLATION As is customary in the first ; session of a new Congress, there i has been a great deal at activity thus far in the session, but very few concrete results. Bills have flooded the legislative hoppers, Committees are making studies and holding hearings on legisla­ tive proposals, reports are being issued, but few of the measures have yet moved all the way Franklin FURNITURE . tIAUTY • COMfOtT . VAUK WITTER- DAVIS Furniture Company, Inc. SPRINGVILLE 2 Store* MM ml m Doing dishes by hand is for the birds! T HESE DAYS if a foolish for a body to ever put her hands in hot, dirty dishwater. With my new electric automatic dishwasher, all I do is pop in the dirty dishes, set it and forget it. The dishes come out spanking clean...and sanitized, too. When I think of the hours I've spent over sinkfuls of dirty dishes, I wish they'd invented the automatic dish­ washer forty years ago. It costs only pennies a day to buy, only pennies a day to use. Folks are foolish to be without one I 10 Automatic Electric Dishwashers Given Away In Hiagara tAohawWt^tiam* the lady'Coniitl IV* caiy...if« ftmt AU you do U think cp am appropriate nam* for the Mm* lady featured in tU» •& SW* our star dUh- waaher aaleawoman, ao bar name might hara mmvath\ng to dowith diahwaahera! The official contest rnlaa ar* on tha tMdtl oont—t bltxik; pick trp your an try blank at yoor tictatitm dlabwaahar dealera a tore. Contest clo»<f Kay 80, 1969; mbj»ot to all JFtdmai, Stat* and local lawa. GET AN BOVf SUNK ROM YOOT WSHKHSHBi DttU* I HiAGAKA |H MOHAWK THE BIGGEST YOU CAN BUY through the legislative machinery to become law A statistical tabulation recently prepared by the Clerk of the House of Representatives reveals that 8570 measures were intro­ duced during the first three months of this session of the 86th Congress. But only seven of them have been passed by both Houses and signed into law by the Presi­ dent. Of the measurers intro­ duced, 6788 were in the House, and 1782 in the Senate. House Committees issued reports on 248 measures, the Senate reported on 188. The House voted approval of 125 bills and the Senate, 50 It is clear from the difference between the number of bills re­ ported and approved in one House or the other and the small number which have become law, that Legislative decisions will come much more rapidly in the coming months. One of the bills which I have introduced was the subject of hearings by the Government Op­ erations Committee before Easter, and I am hopeful that the proposal will win passage in Congress dur­ ing the coming months. That is my bill, H R. 5552, to put more Government effort behind the fight to maintain stable prices and to check the rise in the cost of living. The economic policy of the Fed­ eral Government is spelled out in the Employment Act of 1946 It declared that the Federal Govern­ ment will utilize all its resources \to promote maximum employ­ ment, production and purchasing power.\ My bill would amend the Act to declare that stable price levels also should be main­ tained at the same time we seek to achieve the other goals. In my statement at the hearings, I told the Committee that the economic objectives of the Em­ ployment Act are fine, but to seek them without regard for price levels is inadequate. It is ob­ vious that a concern for price levels, the cost of living and in­ flation must be added to the policy. For in the 12 years since enactment of this legislation, we have seen the index ot costs and prices climb by more than 40 per­ cent. President Eisenhower has been a vigorous foe of inflation and rising prices, and only about 10 percent of that climb has occurred in his administration But even his position would be greatly strengthened if my amend­ ment were specifically added to our economic policy Inflation, whatever Its rate, hurts the people most whose incomes are least flexible In other words, those people whose wages do not rise as rapidly as prices do, and those who must depend largely upon fixed incomes such as pen­ sions, or insurance plans or sav­ ings, are increasingly victimized by rising costs and prices. But, in truth, inflation robs us all My amendment would mean that the President's Council of Economic Advisers would be re­ quired to study the trends in price levels in the economy, whether in­ flationary or deflationary, and recommend steps which the Fed­ eral Government should take to improve conditions. There are many activities of Government departments and agencies which affect the economy of the na'tion, and the additional guideline of stable prices would have a salua- tory effect upon program planning. Such declaration of policy by the Federal Government would have a healthy effect, too, through­ out the entire economy of the na­ tion. Some of the most harmful effects of inflation result from the belief that inflation is bound to continue and that prices are bound to continue upward. The belief corrupts all sorts of responsible economic practices and adds to the (inflationary pressures. A declaration of stable price levels as its objective will have a sig­ nificant effect in alleviating some cf these pressures Of course, I do not favor direct Government controls on prices to obtain the objectives I have de­ scribed. But there are many more subtle and flexible ways in which the Federal Government can exert a strong influence for maintenance of stable prices. I feel that we cannot afford to overlook any possibility in this urgent situation Once again this year I am re­ porting on Congress each Sunday to the people of our area in reg­ ularly radio and/or television programs. I would be pleased to have you tune -in The schedule is as follows Radio—WVET Ro­ chester—12 30 p m , EBTA. Ba tavia—3 15 p. m . WHAM. Ro Chester. May 10, June 7. and July 5. 1 15 p. m Television WBEN-TV. Buffalo— 12 15 p. m : WROC-TV, Roches ster—Consult program for time. Thoughtfully to meet I every need is our 1 constant aim You can entrust final arrangements to us with complete confidence that every need will be anticipated, every wish faithfully followed, every detail handled to perfect- Weismantel Bros. Funeral Home Hammond Organ Music If Desired 271 East Main Street SPRINGVILLE Phone 647 New high - yielding alfalfa varieties use potash about twice as fast as the soil can supply it Farmers should have a soil test made to see what kind of fertiliza­ tion program will answer their alfalfa needs. Latest recommendations in agri­ culture and home economics are available in Cornel] bulletins. For a free list of these publica­ tions residents of the State can send for bulletin E-47 from the Mailing Room, Stone Hal], Cor­ nell University, Ithaca, N Y Fish, eggs, and cheese have a lot of the same high-quality pro­ tein found in red meat. Al Cassick Oldsmobile FINEST IN AUTOMOBILES MERCURY 1956 Hardtop coupe, like new In and out, radio, white walls, mercomatic, $1195. Big allow­ ance for 1953 or 1954 Chevro­ let. Always a Good Selection of GUARANTEED CARS to select from. All makes, all models, priced low to sell fast. In most cases no cash needed. 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