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1 w 1 v V V- v v-; W v v;. v; s ' W i.. V' '"- . V" V - f 'fcf p ., ' . H-.'jVj. '5;,' . . J " -i. l'ART 1- PAGE 4 F SPENDERS WIN! IN DEPRESSED AREAS BATTLE 'Back Door Financing' Voted by Senate BY WILLIAM MOORE Chicago Trihon Frel Serried Washington, March 14 Senate Democrats today scuttled an effort to strike the so-called "back door financing" for the Kennedy administration's 394 million dollar bill for the aid of economically distressed areas. A proposal to require annual appropriations for the spending was defeated, 49 to 45, after Sen. Douglas T).,m.l floor leader for the bill, had said such a requirement migni lorce tne bill s supporters to withdraw the legislation. Douglas told the Senate an " unholy alliance " of Republican conservatives and southern Democrats is working to defeat the bill. Dirksen Hits Charge The mention of the "alliance " brought Douglas under fire from Sen. Dirksen till., Republican floor leader, who called the charge untrue and said "the devil can cite scripture to suit his pur pose Divorce in Paris' CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE; -WEDNESDAY, 'MARGH 1961 i i 1 Open Highway Tax HealjHcj Annette Stroyberg PARIS, March 14 Reuters A Paris court today granted a divorce to Roger Vadim, French film director, and his second wife, Annette Stroy berg, on grounds of "mutual insults and faults." Vadim, whose first wife was Brigitte Bardot. and Miss Stroyberg appeared before judge last September in an attempt at reconciliation. The court today gave Miss Stroyberg custody of the couple's daughter, Nathalie, 4, but reserved the right of Vadim to have her for six months a year if he so de sired. Kennedy Asks 900, Million a Year joblessness, and to help com munities expand such facilities as water systems neces sary for industry. The other 94 million dollars would be appropriated in the normal manner by Congress Twenty-nine Republicans jit would be for grants, with and 16 Democrats. 13 of j 75 million dollars going for them southerners, voted tOPubIic facilities, substitute regular congres-l Tne bill as il came to the sional arrrnnriatinn: fnr tho! floor would have set up al- "back door financing. Forty-seven Democrats and two Republicans voted to retain it. Funds for Loans most an independent agency in the commerce department. But the Senate voted to place it directly under the secretary of commerce. Under the system that ri;m Nnnnn critics call back door f inane- . rl. , . , ing, the administrator of the! in Flight from Tokyo spending would be able toi A nonstop commercial borrow 300 million dollars flight record of 6.30.7 miles, from the treasury, with outifrom Tokyo to Chicago, was any appropriations by Con- claimed yesterday by Riddle gress. Such lending the bills' Airlines. The air line said a supporters call treasury fi-DC-7CF on a routine military nancing. contract flight made the trip The 300 million dollars ?s'in 20 hours. The previous to be used for loans, to enable j nonstop commercial record business firms to expand or j was 4.660 miles Havana to build new plants in areas of j Madrid. BY PHILIP WARDEN Chicago Tribune Prcn Service Washington, March 14 President Kennedy sent Con gress today a bill to raise an extra 900 million dollars a year in taxes from highway users for new roads as aids blamed compact cars for a drop in new road funds. Before the measure ever left the White House the House ways and means com mittee opened hearings on it with an impressive array of witnesses from the top eche lons of the Kennedy admin istration. The President an nounced dispatch of his bill to Congress while the com mittee hearings were in ses sion. Lobbyists Jam Hearing Secretary of Commerce LutJber H. Hodges took the witness stand first. He was joined by Secretary of the Treasury C. Douglas Dillon, Budget Director David E. Bell, and Rex M. Whitton, federal highway administra tor. More than 300 spectators, mostly lobbyists for the trucking industry, the oil companies, highway builders, and tire manufacturers. jammed the hearing room to hear the administration's case. It became apparent at the outset that the trucking in dustry, which under the bill would be forced to pay a use NIKITA SAYS MAN WILL BE SENT INTO OUTER SPACE SOON MOSCOW, March 14 W) r Premier Khrushchev toda-y said his government is cojifi dent " the time is not far off when the first space ship with a man aboard will dash into outer space." Khrushchev told a confer ence of Russian agricultur ists: "We are living in good times, comrades. Both on earth and in the boundless cosmic space tne boldest dreams of man are being made reality. How can one fail to re joice in the fact that the creator of many great deeds and accomplishments, is our peo ple, who are building com munism." Khrushchev also told the conference, at Ak-molinsk in the Russian virgin lands of Siberia, that a number of Russian scientists had been fired from jobs in major cities and deported to work in the virgin lands region. gram had fallen below estimated income levels because of the growing use of compact cars. He said " we have assumed that by 1972 the net effect of compact cars on gasoline and other excise tax revenues accruing to the highway trust fund would be an estimated annual reduction of between 6 and 8 per cent." Retain Gas Tax 3 skyrocketing the'tStis&Bl com pict cars, union said some people just like a smaller car, President Kennedy's bil recommended that the gaso line tax, scheduled to drop cent a gallon July 1, be re tained at the present level of 4 cents a gallon. The bill would raise the tax on diesel fuel to 7 cents a gallon. Trucks and buses would pay a highway use tax of $5 per thousand pounds of gross weight compared with the present $1.50. Higher taxes on tires and tubes also are rec ommended. Secretary Hodges testified that highway revenues will not under existing laws De sufficient to complete the in terstate highway system as originally scheduled. Dillon opposed industry proposals to let gasoline taxes decline 1 cent as scheduled this year and let the govern ment finance part of the highway program out of the treasury general fund. Dillon Cites Studies He said that the President was willing to have gasoline taxes increased to 4V2 cents a gallon and his proposals for diesel and highway user taxes dropped. Dillon said various state and federal studies bear out the "desirability" of making the trucks bear a heavier share of highway costs and that this was the President's preference for raising the needed highway funds. Bell testified that there is no surplus in sight in the 15, Mil Inn t'mi1H nri n crmc wilVt 1 I rnocn ryl rronfiril -fiin fnr tax and sharply higher taxes R Jackson E Ret o.l transfer to the highway pro-on diesel fuel, was going to)that u is tne hj h government gram and supported the Pres. wage a strong fight against lavc nn frocn,inD .hW.h :ef.c ..,.,.,,-. u the bill. ! - Keep " Pay-As-You-Go " j The President urged Con- IS gress to keep tne highway construction program, which is expected to cost 41 billion dollars before completion in 1972, on a "pay-as-you-go basis, asked the enactment of new taxes to keep the program going at its present pace, and said that " stretching out or cutting back would be unwise." It was Whitton who revealed that gasoline tax revenues used to finance the nation-wide construction pro-i JUL 0 valentine u Lots of excitement afoot at Bond's! Our famed Valentine's reflect all the latest color blends, texture contrasts, newsy heels come seef A. 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