Washington, July 4. - The widest
possible powers have been granted to
Charles G. Dawes in 'his undertaking
to produce a workable budget in 30
days and put the government on a
basis of "business-like efficiency".
This was the first announcement
Wednesday afternoon when President,
Harding,, members of his cabinet and
all the bureau chiefs in Washington
met together to take the preliminary
steps in what is resigned to be a
great effort at tax ,reduction.
In his role as director of the bud-
get, General Dawes will take prece-'
dence over .any member of the cab-
inet where hscal affairs are concern-,
ed. He will come and go within the
departments of cabinet officers with-
out consulting them.
This wide authority - greater than
has been accorded any other officer
of the government - has been given
General Dawes with the full consent
of the cabinet itself.
Given Distinguished Service 1edal
Washington, July 4. - Rear Ad-
miral A. S. Halstead, U. S. N., Wed-
nesday was awarded the Distinguished
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I1100L POOLING IN FULL
SWING AT PRESENT TDIE
Lansing, July 4. - Wool pooling
has struck its full stride for the 1921
season, according to an announcement
made by the Michigan State Farm
Bureau. Producers are now pooling
at the rate of 360,000 pounds a week.
They are said to have more than
1,500,000 pounds in their state pool
and are expected to reach the 2,000,-
000 pound mark by the end of the
first week in July.
Under the present system of pool-
ing, according to the farm bureau,
pooling and grading are practically
simultaneous. Every day sees, more
than four carloads of graded Michigan
wool ready for market. Sales report-
ed from the pool last week were 150,-
C. J. Fawcett, American Farm Bu-
reau Federation wool marketing di-
rector, has sent a statement to the
Michigan Farm Bureau in which he
estimates that between 70 and 80 per-
cent of the spindles of the country
are now operating. He adds that the
general tone of the wool market is
better and that many woolen mills
have orders that will keep them busy,
until well into the winter.
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