TRIBUNE 11. 1962 1 Sleeping Beauty's Christmas Story Possible Tax Cut May Come Too Late To Aid Business By STERLING F. GREEN j The direct boost in public buy- WASHINGTON 'AP'-A predicting power in 19(3 would be $oi at most, he said, in contrast to the proposals for a quick. $10-billKn reduction urged by- Kennedy's Labor-Management Ad' lion that tax reduction, if i M all. v.ill arrive too late lo be ai leal business booster next year' was made Monday at a business outlook conlertnce. Bui the meeting, arranged by the L'.S. Chamber of Con produced a cautious ioiecast that seems likely tiiat final action on|_ . 'a good but not a visory Committee. The ABA economist added: "It 1%3 will be boom year." Chamber President Uidd Plumley said the long-feared business recession may actually have occurred last summer and that the country may now be on its way to recovery. 01 luxes, lie Mid: "A tax announced early by the administration and acted upon by Congress promptly, could go a lon^ way to'.vard restoring more satisfactory economic growth." The di.-K'nt on the innnediati tonic cited of tax legislation came from Dr. Leslie Peacock, senior economist of the American Bankers Association. New York. Peacock said President Kennedy almost surelv \vili ask that rate the proposal may come too latej to have a real bearing on busi-j ness conditions in 1963." The optimists' view got a boost after the meeting when Ihe Department of Commerce issued its "flash" report on November re- by wait Disney y to h Accident Tokes 4 Lives LOGAN, Utah AP) - A UUh survivor of an xndent that far- Mrs. Mary Lout Whitkek. If. SUte I'nivenity student, Uw wly Her huiUnd, Dr. CoSemM WUt- lock, is a Thkiol rocktt scieoliiL tail sales indicating a gain of 2 :ent over October and 5 per cent ad\ ance trom the levels if November 1961. Tne preliminary report indi- nillion in November -- with the bulk of Christmas buying still to strengthened by Itep. Wilbur D. two vcar.s. jWith Officers RtptrH Bkyck Sttkn Police received a report from Allen Blake Saturday morning that his daughter's bicycle had been stolen from in front of 2000 ath Ave. 1 Rtportl *f iuto AcctHory Thefts Saturday a f t e r n o o n Velda Belircndt. 24 !8 ITtl dow had been broken at Town old child. Betty Meads, who lives and Country Launderette, 2406 8th cated customers poured oul_Â«0.8 that the lenses had been taken from the taillights of a W56 ear. Early Sunday morning Dave Dawson. 1923 21st Ave. Ct., re- The prospect of congressional ported that two hubcaps had been taken from his car. Window Broken At 4:15 a.m. Sunday Officer Dionicio Soria reported that a win- delay on tax r e d u c t i o n was statements of Mills. U-Ark.. chairman of the tax-writing House reductions be stretched out over Ways and Means Committee, in a copywrited interview in Ihe magazine U.S. News and World Colorado News Briefs DENVER 'APi-The Colorado Supreme Court ruled Monday that a person may appeal to a County Court from a Justice of the Peace Court action, even though he voluntarily pays a fine. The decision was in the case of Thomas Jackson, who pleaded innocent in Dolores County lo using a spollight in hunting game. He was convicted and fined ?100. County Judge Helen D. Hicks dismissed his appeal. The Supreme Court in a 6-1 decision said voluntary payment of a fine or serving of a sentence "constitutes no reason for denying the appeal." It ordered the Dolores County Court lo reinstate the case. Jus- lice Edward E. Pringle, who dissented, said Jackson had not followed the proper procedure in filing his appeal. Ave. BliKtU Florence Pinkstaff of La Salle complained to Ihe Sheriffs office at 9:15 p. m. Saturday lhat an unknown party had slolen her billfold containing about $15 from her purse which she had left in the back room of the Coast-to- plainant said she had given a woman permission to go to the Sheriffs office reported. back room to use a phone but did not know who the woman was. Child it Piirci BittM by Dog Koy Hawkins, owner of the Sunny-side Trailer Court at Pierce. reported lo the Sheriffs office at 3:30 p.m. Sunday that a 2-year- at the court, had been bitten by dog. Hawkins said the dog had been locked up in a washroom, pending the arrival of authorities. Alumbtwd Auto Stripptd A car left parked on a county road southwest of Hudson Saturday evening when it developed motor trouble was found Sunday Store in La Salle. The com- morning stripped of many of i, s parts and badly damaged, the Investigation of the car started at 8:40 a.m Sundav when Jim Mitchell of Ban- Lake reported was unsuccessful. eing the parked car. Mitchell ;ave Sheriff's officers the license lumbers on the vehicle, which icd lo its owner being identifiet as Walter F. Meagher of Keenesburg. Meagher told the investigation officers his son, Keith, had lefl the 1953 Chevrolet sedan parked on the shoulder of the road some- lime after 5 p. m. Saturday when it developed motor trouble. Investigation at the s e e n showed the left front tire and wheel, both rear tires and wheels the rear fender skirts, a rear view mirror and two jacks hwi been removed from the car. A effort also had been mad* to steal the vehicle's radio but this The rear window of the car wi broken out and all the other win dow* in the machine except on were damaged. An effort wi Monday kuled three women.) The accident occurred Â«B VS. wives of Thiokol Chemical Highway 91 about 10 mifej touth Kf. officials, died Monday right lie was Robert Devaughn Hamton, 21, Logan. The other three victims were: Mrs. Edward (Elizabeth) Nau- iian. 46, wife of the general manger of Thiokol's Wasatch Divion. Mrs. John (Dorla) Wallen. 32, ife of the manager of production ind operations at Thiokol-Air orce Plant 78. nade to open the car's trunk but as unsuccessful. However, the wo jacks were taken from the junk by means of lifting up the (ositkm and reaching into the runk. of Logan, in northern Utah. Th* three women were in the front seat of one car and Hamilton *M driving the other. Thiokol-Air Force Plant Tt, Â«ot of Brigham City, Utah, is when the first stage tolid fuel eoginw of the Minuteman missile an manufactured. Officers uid the women's aute apparently skidded at an ice-slick curve in the highway and slid into the path of the Hamilton car. ThÂ» women's car was hit broadsid*. 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