The Baytown Sun (Baytown, Tex.), Vol. 42, No. 167, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 7, 1961 Page: 3 of 10
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Opinions Differ On
Outlook Of Economy
By SAM DAWSON
AP Bnfam Newt Analyst
NEW YORK (AP)—Stockbrok-
^ ■ ere’ customers are just as split
the politicians oft Capitol Hill
as to where the economy is go-
ing—and why. — —-:
, The questions: Is the downturn
in general business activity peter-
tog out H so, when will an up-
turn be evident. And what will
the government do about hasten-
The last question causes the
widest split in Wall Street opinion.
Strong opposing views on what
the government will do and what
the effects will be, have led to
would rise, especially those gov-
erning capital gains. Above all
they fear another dose of infla-
tion. So many see this as a time
to sell stocks, take what profits!
they may have and wait and see. I
The other school thinks the Con-
gress is in a mood to pass legisla-
tion aimed at increasing the long-
term rate of economic growth.
Many companies should Wand to |
gain, they reason.
And if this, should) bring along I
with it another round of Inflation
on the heels of Treasury deficits,
well stocks are regarded as a
good hedge. This is because their
prices tend to rise as the purchase
too d markets
is a difference
the htavy trading of late in the mg value of money goes down,
In Washington - die game of
guessing when the business down-
turn will aid, and why it will, is
both economic and political.
" President Kennedy stated fee
adm frustration view in his
Wednesday news conference. He
hopes—as do many in business-
feat the economy will move up in
fee spring and summer. He has
no statistical evidence that
upturn has taken place.
And in any case fee President
feinks his anti-recesskn
are still necessary and should be
But many on Capitol Hill don’t
think they seem as urgent now.
A large portion of business opin-
ion also holds that fee economy
is set to cure itself shortly,
And in the stock market opin-
ions as to the effects of govern-
ment measures are widely split.
Some think the proposals would
be bad for business hi fee long
while fee yields on many other
forms of investment or savings
tend to drop. -
So they see today as the time
True, business statistics still
are mostly gloomy. Many refer
to January or December condi-
tions. They reveal a real slump
compared with a year ago. Job-1
leas totals are still the gloom
of fee lot
But fee rate of downturn hasl
slowed in many other important
Business trimming of invento-
ries seemed to have halted in Jan-
uary, if only momentarily. Gov-
ernment spending is beginning to
“ «* strong for rising
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Milk of Magnesia
run after their temporary stimu-
lus wore off. They fear business
profits would be cramped, taxes
Auto men think their market
has a better tone, auguring well
tor spring sales. Home builders
look far sane upturn, if not much |
And, of course, the enthusiasm I
of the large coterie of bulls in!
the stock market tends to be f
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Anticlimax Gives Mother
Blues After Childbirth
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The blues after birth, danger-
ous cockroaches and new dues
to hard-bitten teeth are subjects
with a focus on health.
Blues of the Birth
One of 10 new mothers gets fee
blues just about the fifth day
after her child is delivered, a sci-
entist says. The reason is prob-
ably an anticlimax in fee adven-
ture of motherhood.
Throughout her pregnancy she
gets lota of attention from her
husband, friends, relatives and
300 human teeth.
’ VI The researchers
Connors To Lay
her doctor, explains Dr. George
W. Morley of the University of
This attention reaches its peak
about two or three days after de-
livery. Then suddenly it de-1
creases. Most patients can g
no reason for fee blues, ad
that it’s silly, but the blues are l
still there. Most frequent treat-
ment is to have a good cry and
talk ft out
A new due to ways to make |
teeth less suceptible to decay
comes from University of Ala-
bama sdentists-and more than
DELSEY BATHROOM Asst Colon
Down His Rifle =
For A Tomahawk
The researchers softened fee|
tooth enamel with a known soft-
tening agent-and then rehard-|
* the enamel by
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in a solution of (
HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Chuck
Connors is laying down his
for a tomahawk.
After playing “The Rifleman"
. wife-huge success on TV for three
years, fee towering ex-ballplayer
is going to star in ‘‘Geronimo”
te a feature movie. He’ll play
the big chief.
‘Tve Cbeeri wanting to do a
movie,” he explained. ‘‘I’ve had
some offers, but they always want-
_ . ed me to play the same kind at
mo.’ People see me for free every
week as Lucas; Why would they
pay to see me in the same type of
W“When fee idea to play Geronl
mo came along, I jumped at it
The role is a complete reverse; I
won’t even look fee same. Instead
of a fair-skinned blond, I’ll be
dark-skinned with blade 'hair/*
Rifleman" into TV’s top ranks.
Connors’ partners are Jules Levy,
Arthur Gardner and Arnold Lav-
This is one of the rare times
that a TV outfit has gone into
movie production. The feature will
be filmed in Mexico at a cost of
5750,886-. il it saccreste, fee way
| might be paved for more TV con-
teeth hardened faster
when a small amount of fluoride |
was added to toe soak.
The findings suggest how flu-
oride acts on teeth when added
to drinking water or is directly |
to fee teefe.
Beware fee Cockroach
The lowly cockroach may be
highly dangerous-thanks to its ]
hospitality for a whole family of
have been found to
carry four strains of polio virus,
some 40 kinds of bacteria that
infect man and fee eggs of some
worms that can affect both man |
Hie cockroach also carries |
along same 220 other viruses,
fungi, bacteria and worms which |
are harmless to man, says a re-1
port published by the Smithson-
Good Old Days
Take a look into medicine in the j
wife Dr. Austin Smith, pres-
of fee Pharmaceutical
The Romans treated alcoholics I
by putting eels in their drinking
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treatments included j
swallowing a ball of rolled up
>ider webs and breathing into
te mouth of a live fish.
For colds, inhale the breath of I
a duck—or sneeze at your reflec-
tion in fee mirror—to pass on the I
cold to fee reflection.
For coughs, sleep with a cock-
roach in a jar under your bed, |
or nail a frog to fee door.
BETTY CROCKER White, Yellow,
DEL DIXIE SWEET
PICKLE CHIPS _
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ago. J. Carroll Naish played the
Indian chief in feat one-and he’s
DnrTelrin hit nn
Tby SZnt WfiiS ,
......•--* messenger tor toe past 19 years'
hasn’t missed a days work in all j
"Walking keeps me hardy,” he
said. - 1
On Saturday he clerks 12 hours lj
day to a meat market
"On Sunday.” he said, "all II
do is rest and see my girl friend I
still doing the Redskin bit,
TV’s “Guestward Ho."
"Our picture will take the In-
dian's viewpoint,” said Connors.
"We won’t show the white men
as villians, -but by the time of the
final chase, 1 hope the audience
will be pulling for the Indians.”
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