Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 27, 1955 · Page 4
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 4

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, December 27, 1955
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P«e 4 QREELEY TRIBUNE Tuesday, Dec. 27, 1955 Dag Hammarskjold Dodges Reporters MIAMI, ria, «i -- Dag Ham- marskjoUl, secretary general ol Ihc United Nations, caught newsmen off guard Monday and pulled a fasl disappearing act. , ' Arriving here -for a rest, Ibc Swedish diplomat quietly stepped from his plane and hid" from wailing reporters and photographers while his aide rented a blue and while car. The aide then wheeled- the 'ca up to the rear «' the airport ler and llammarskjold ran to He hurled liis luscagc into Ih car and away they went. " The aide said Hammarskjold wa 'here for a rest" and didn' 'want any publicity." Pueblo Counly in Consumer Survey WASHINGTON tn -- Residents in parts of Pueblo county will gel a chance to tell in private next month just how they save or spend their money. ' The area has been .selected by the Federal Reserve Board as one of 51 smaller communities In Its 1956 survey of consumer spending and saving plans. , Interviewers will talk with persons selected at random in . the areas during January and Kebru- The board says Ihc confidential interviews have proved helpful in appraising plans for purchase of homes, cnrs and .household .appliances and for gauging the general iconomic outlook. The annual survey is conducted in Ihc nation's 12 largest metro Missing Fireman When the Urban Fire Committee's Association held its recent Chance of Early Slash in Texas Appears To Fade WASHINGTON" «1 - Chances of early tax cutting by Congress afl- cr it returns Jan. 3' were all but ruled out Saturday by key legislators of both .political parties. At the same time, it was reported that President Eisenhower probably will omit detailed tax recommendations from his State of the Union message next month. He is «pecled to send Ihem to Congress in * special message later in Ihe jrear. The belling still is that Congress will vole some kind of'individual Income tax reduction before it ad' journs nexl summer. Bui influential members responsible for drafting lax laws advocate a policy of del»y unlil Ihc extent of government spending is more- clearly leen. If tax cut bill is passed in 1956, Congress could make it effective on any date it deemed advisable; say on July 1,1S56 or Jan. 1,19S7.' ' · Rep. Mills (D-Ark), a ranking , member of the .House Ways and Means Committee whose views generally reflect the thinking of area Democratic leaders, spiJ in an in- ary. terview: "I do not anticipate a concerted drive "by Democrats in Congress . the next session for any net.redudion in tax revenues, and anccs and for gauj ' certainly not prior to a time when economic outlook, we cm be .more fully apprised of our own economic situation and _ ... . · the stale of the world." polilan areas as well. Acknowledging mounting election year pressures, for. tax cuts, Mills · aid he was "not going lo close the door lo the possibility of lax reduction by 1057." But he also declared he would regard reduclions in 1058'as "unwise," and - not before slops are taken first to" reduce the national debt. Rep. Daniel A. Reed of New York, senior'Hcpublican on the tax- writing Wjiyi and Means Qommit- lee, recommended/ a "wait and »ee":«lti(ude on the parl of Con- greis. He also foresaw a "strong possibility"- of some reduction of . Individual income-taxes. ·. ··- As chairman of the Ways and Means Committee when Republicans controlled Congress in 1053 »nd 1954, Reed led a billcr and unsuccessful battle in Ihc. House lor tax reduction opposed by the administration. . v Last September; however, Rcct described predictions of tax cuts' at the lorthcomlng'-session as "premature", in the light of cold war developments, and because of the possible inflationary impact of lower taxes in a perinrj hf prospcrily. ·'. It appeared Congress would delay consideration of .the general · t«x Issue-tmlil well after April 1-i dite mentioned by Secretary of . the Treasury Humphrey as the ear- lieit the budget picture would take form. .; .' -' ' . ; ' Speaker of the House Sim Ray- turn and Senate Democraticllead- «r. Lyndon Johnson of Texas' have . . · ' both-urged caulhw In approaching ' ' . t a x reduction'now. Spnalor Byrd | (T)-Va), chalrm«n of the Senate Fi- ·" nance Cum'miltee, : is- opposed to »ny lax Jutling until some of the national debt'is paid off. :-The' feeling persisted, nonclhe- leu, that some form of tax reduction i» Inevitable before adjournment--with benefits going to the low and middle income groups. Sugar Yield : CALCUTTA -- India's production rf 'refined -sugar reached a new hijh o£ ,1,5M,000 tons during Ihc IMS season, which ended Oclober 11.' Output was 586,000 tons above th« year before and exceeded Ihe previous record of four years ago by S7.000 tons. CLEARANCE annual jonference in Wellington, New Z e a l a n d , . one member was missing. II. Ekinlcy, the delegate from Blenheim, in the northern parl of the South .Island WES nol able lo 1 attend -- bccaure his house was on fire, he later explained. By the lime the blaze had been pul out the plane to '.VelHnglon had already left. Noted Surgeon Dies PHILADELPHIA -- Dr. Thomas A. 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