The Tyler Leader (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 29, 1976 Page: 2 of 4
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THE TYLER LEADER. Tyler. Texas
THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1976 - THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1976
Complete Line Of
302 East Line Street
Camp Pirtle Flies National Pendant
The George W. Pirtle Scout
Reservation again flies the 'Nat-
ional Standard Camp -Pendant
for the 13th Year following the
Annual National Inspection of
the program, facility, health and
safety, and personnel of the
Jack Swinson and Jack Nel-
son of Austin Texas represented
the National Council of the Boy
Scouts of America in inspecting
the George W. Pirtle Scout Res-
ervation, they rated the camp
on 118 points as outlined by the
Camping and Health and Safety
Services of the National Council
of the Boy Scouts of America,
and the George (W. iPirtle Scout
the 118 points.
The inspectors checked every
facet of the operation at the
George W. Pirtle Scout Reser-
vation, including staff qualifi-
cations, operation of swimming
pool, rifle range and archery
range for safety factors, the gen-
eral safety of campers, arrange-
ments with medical authorities,
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Final Rites Held For Mrs. Choice
Funeral services for Mrs. Cla-
ra B. Choice were held Satur-
Reservation scored 118 out of ]day, June 26, 19976 at 1:30 p.m.
at the Liberty Bapitst Church in
Troup, Texas with the Rever-
end David M. Durham officiat-
Mrs. Clara B. Choice was born
to the union of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack and Beulah Thomas, in
Omen, Texas, on February 28,
At an early age she confessed
program facilities and program j her faith in Christ and was bap-
opportunities, the dining hall and , tized by Rev. iBryant, and unit-
food handling operations, etc. ed with Ebill Baptist Church,
by U.S. Senator for Texas
The New Alchemists
WASHINGTON—Over the vears. people have believed
some frightfully silly things about economics.
In the Middle Ages, people called alchemists thought
thev could change base metals into gold.
They were wrong.
In more recent times, people called “Keynesians” thought
governments could spend more money than they take
in in taxes without doing anyone any harm.
They were wrong, too.
Keynesians are the disciples of the famous British econ-
omist. John Maynard Keynes (1883-1946). He was the
high priest of deficit spending.
In his General Theory of Employment, Interest and
"Money. published in 1936, Keynes said there was no harm
in deficit spending because people “owed the money to
themselves.” Not only was deficit spending harmless, he
said, but it was a positive boon to mankind. Deficit
spending could serve as “pump-nriming" to get a sluggish
economy moving again during times of recession. It would
even out the peaks and valleys of the business cycle, and
provide for the steady growth of the economy.
Keynes’ theory exploded like a bombshell in the eco-
nomic and political world of bis day. At that time, for
an economist to sav what he’d said was like a preacher
telling his congregation it was all right to sin.
Politicians were especiallv delighted with Keynes’ theory.
He’d told them they could have their cake and eat it, too.
They could vote for the spending programs their constitu-
ents wanted without having to vote the taxes to pay for
them. And everything would be iust fine.
Well, not quite everything. The politicians ignored an
important warning that Kevnes had issued. He said that
deficit spending was a good thing during times of reces-
sion, to get the economy moving again. But Keynes added
that in times of prosperity, governments should run budget
surpluses, to make up for the previous deficits.
But spending programs are popular and taxes are un-
popular in good times as well as bad. And politicians run
for re-election in good times as well as bad. So budget
deficit® have been growing ever larger, without regard to
Keynes had said it was impossible to have inflation and
recession at the same time. We all have learned to our
sorrow that he was wrong.
The truth is there are no shortcuts to national wealth.
Governments can no more spend a nation into prosperity
than base metals can be changed into gold. Governments
must live within their means. Spending must be tied to
income. It is time that Keynesian economic policies were
put on the shelf, next to the charms and potions of the
.fresh asparagus should snap when broken.
later moving her membership to
the Mt. Herman Baptist Church
under the pastorate of Rev.
In 1920 she met and married
Mr. Elie Howell, later she met
and married Mr. Morris Choice.
In 1967 she moved to Los An-
geles, California to make her
home with her daughter. There
she united with the Travelers
Rest .Baptist Church under the
pastorate of !Rev. David M.
May 3, 1976, she left Los An-
geles for a vacation with her
son, brothers and other relativ-
es. She became ill at the'home
of a cousin, Mrs. Mattie Miner,
June 14, and was admitted to
the .Overton Hospital and later
was transferred to Tyler’s Med-
ical Center, where she departed
this life Sunday, June 20,1976 at
Bhe leaves to mourn her pass-
ing, one daughter, Mrs. Dollie
L. Martin, Los Angeles, Calif.;
one son, Mr. Calvin McNeal,
Texarkana, Texas; a devoted
son-in-law, Mr. John H. Martin;
a lovely daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Clara O. J. McNeal; three bro-
thers, Mr. Booker T. and Lois
Thomas, Dallas; Elder Ike Tho-
mas, Bakersfield, Calif.; one
aunt; six grandchildren, twenty
nieces and nephews, and a host
of other relatives and friends.
Active pallbearers were C. W.
Lydia, Grady Gardner, Ezell
Duncan, Donnell Gardner, Earl-
ie Duncan, Fenis Gardner, Rich-
hard Caldwell, M. C. Caldwell.
Honorary pallbearers were
Interment was at Liberty Ce-
metery with Brooks - Sterling
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Electricity from the Sun?
The basic technology for utilizing solar energy has
existed for some time. In fact, simple systems for heating
water and even heating and cooling homes are in
operation today. However, such systems are extremely
expensive, low in efficiency and usually cannot be relied
upon without a “back-up” system.
Producing electricity by harnessing the energy of the sun,
wind, tides and other “exotic” sources is under intensive
research being conducted by the electric industry and the
Federal government’s Energy Research and Development
Administration. Millions of dollars and the efforts of many
scientists-and engineers are committed to the task, but
the crucial problem is converting energy from these
sources to electric power at a price people can afford.
Economical, efficient, large-scale production is many
Since 1971, Texas Power & Light Company has been
reducing its dependence on costly and scarce natural gas
and oil by building and operating generating plants which
use lower cost lignite coal. An abundant supply of this
coal is available for operating these plants.
TP&L and two other electric companies are also building
a nuclear power plant. The first unit of this plant is
scheduled to go into operation in 1980 and the second
We’re working to assure all TP&L customers a
dependable supply of electricity. Today, this is being done
with proven methods and reliable sources of energy, but
we’re looking to the long-range future, too.
TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
A tax-paying, investor-owned electric utility
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Wilkinson, S. F. The Tyler Leader (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 29, 1976, newspaper, July 29, 1976; Tyler, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth885239/m1/2/: accessed October 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Smith County Historical Society.