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Incident* on the national seen*
and doe* not necessarily reflect,
HAM policy or position.
Washington The midyear
review of * the Federal Budget
points up emphatically the need
for 4 grass-roots uprising against
unessential government spend
ams is the view of members
of congressional economy
bloc, ’ who are fearful that in-!
tensified spending prospects' for
a % balanced budget.
;.Thiey believe that the govern
ment should spend whatever is
btcessary for defense and other
essential activities but should
ciirtgil everything else to the
fullest extent possible. ,
Members of the economy bloc
You have every right to expect the best
when it comes to insurance service
and you may be certain that it's our
business to see that you get it.
West W. Byrum Agency, Inc.
403 S. Broad St. PHONE 2318 Edenton, N. C.
good fashion report for theso
Fashion barometer . . . style and
beauty going up, prices staying
cool and low, on wonderful
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a dd even more liveliness.
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point out that the big spenders
in Congress have, for many
years, been alarmingly loyal to
| what has become known as Par
kinson’s law, named after a
famed British economist.
According to this law, gov
ernment expenditures rise to
meet income. In other words,
whenever there is an increase
in income there are intense pres-!
sures to spend this additional
income—rather than use it for
tax reform or for paying off!
the national debt.
As a matter of fact, the zeal
of the big spenders has carried
the government far beyond the
law’s provisions—so much so
that an astronomical public debtl
of $283.5 billion has resulted.
Economy advocates think that
it is long past time to call a
halt to this fiscal tendency—-|
and they point to the midyear
review of the Federal Budget
as a convincing argument for
This midyear review estimates
THE CHOW AW HERALD. fDEHTOH, NORTH CAROLINA. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1360.
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that Federal Budget expendi
tures for the present fiscal y j ar.
ending next June 30, will total
This is an increase of S6OO
j million over the estimate sub
; mitted to Congress by President
i Eisenhower last January—and a
i boost of $3.2 billion over actual
expenditures in the previous sis-
I cal year, ending June 30, 1960.
I. Government receipts for the
present fiscal year are estimated
|at $81.5 billion,
j This is a decrease of $2.5
billion from the January esti
mate—but it is still $3.1 bil
lion above the $78.4 billion of
revenue in 1960.
I A surplus of sl.l billion now
is forecast for this fiscal year—
compared with the $4.2 billion
estimate as of last January.
| Members of the economy bloc
think that this narrowing mar
gin emphasizes the real necessity
for resisting the huge spending
j programs advocated by the New
They are fearful that the
prospective surplus might be
wiped out —thereby returning the
government to inflationary and
fiscally irresponsible deficit fi
That spending pressures are
certain to intensify was made
clear by Vice President Nixon’s
estimate of government expendi
| tures which would be required
if the proposals in the Demo
' eratic and Republican platforms
The Democratic platform, he
said, would require the expendi
ture of between $13.2 billion and
$lB billion annually—in addition
to nresent snpnding.
He added that the Republican
platform called for the expendi
ture of between $4 billion and
$4.9 billion annually—in addition
1 to present spending.
* ~ *'"• *h~ fu*’>re. President
Eisenhower has been emphatic
, uigiiig public support for gov
Advocating a government poli
cy of “paying as we go instead
of saddling the future with
debts,” President Eisenhower re
“To indulge in deficit spend
ing, except in cases of tempor
ary emergency, is not only rob
bing our grandchildren, it is the
way of the political coward.
Moreover, nothing can more
surely weaken our nation at
home and abroad than such ir
-11 esponsible spending.”
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side styling. Other styling changes are notfd in the hood lines, front fenders and bump
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aluminum engine, is 127; the Classic V-8 is rated at 200 horsepower. Like all Rambler cars,
the Classic series features single-unit construction for added safety and durability.
Vivian O. Berryman
Dies At Hobbsville
Vivian O. Berryman, 68, died
at 6:15 o’clpck Tuesday night
at his home in the Hobbsville |
section, after an illness of four;
years. A retired farmer, he was!
a native of Chowan County and
lived all of his life in the
Surviving are his wife, Mrs.
Indiana B. Berryman; two sons,
W. A. Berrympn of Richmond.
Va., and O. M. Berryman of
Hobbsville; four daughters, Mrs.
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EDENTON MOTOR COMPANY, North Broad Street
Dealer License No. 1610
Va., Mrs. J. E. Stallings of;
Hobbsville, Mrs. C. N. Smith of j
Roanoke Va.. anil Mrs. B. B.
Walls of Norfolk, Va.; two broth
ers, D. H. Berryman and T. A.
Berryman, both of Hobbsville;
two sisters, Mrs. W. B. Blanch
ard of Tyner and Mrs. W. O.
Spivey of Hobbsville, and 13
He was a member of War
wick Baptist Church, where fun
eral services will be held this
(Thursday) afternoon at 2:30
j o’clock. The pastor, the Rev. R.
] B. (Nottingham, will officiate and
burial will be in the churchyard.
Two hillbilly draftees were
taking their first train tide. A
vendor came through the car and
each bought a banana, a fruit
! they had never seen before.
I One of them had just started to
j eat when the train went into a
“Lem,” said the one in stram
| ed voice, “you started to et yours
i “No,” replied Lem.
’“Then don’t. I started to et
mine and I’ve gone blind.”
: Love impels good works.
- Baker F.ddv.
Jaycees Plan Broom
Sale On October 20
Sponsored by the Edenton
Junior Chamber of Commerce,
a broom sale will be held in
WE WANT YOUR GRAIN!
Northeast jrn Milling Company will
PAY TOP PRICES for BOTH NEW
and OLD CROP CORN, We have a
new moisture meter and load out fa
ciliiies to better serve the farmers in
WE SHELL WE BUY IF£ GRIXD & MIX
. . . WE STORE . . .
Northeastern Milling Co.
Phone 2210 Edenton
Edenton Thursday night, October.
20. Jaycees will call at honiesr
and hope they will be met with
a generous response.
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The sole meaning of life is to “■
i serve humanity. —Tolstoi.