Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on November 27, 1967 · Page 3
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, Ma* roversial Measures Await Rested Congressmen WASHINGTON (AP) - Rested from a Thanksgiving recess, Congress returns to complete action on controversial legislation dealing with poverty, foreign aid, Social Security and the big issue of the session—taxes. Both Senate and House scheduled noon sessions today—but the key decisions will come first in the committee rooms. President Johnson's proposal for a 10 per cent surtax on in- come taxes was considered to be on its deathbed two weeks ago and some opponents, both Democratic and Republican, say they still believe it will expire. But the British government's move Nov. 18 to devalue the pound has produced new arguments from the administration for the tax hike—arguments it hopes will resurrect the tax bill in the House Ways and Means Committee. Committee Chairman Wilbur D. Mills, D-Ark., who has been strongly opposed to the bill, has scheduled a hearing for Wednesday at which administration spokesmen will present their new arguments. A key element of their case is expected to be a pledge to cut federal Spending by $4 billion. Mills has conlend- I ed governmenl. spending cuts ' must accompany any lax in- crease. ! the hearing's outcome could determine wliethef Congress I will adjourn by Dec. 15. If Mills and a majority of his committee j remain opposed lo the tax bill, • Capital Hill sources said, a Dec.: 15 adjournment would be possi-; ble. However, if Mills and bis majority have a change of heart and send the bill to the House floor, extensive debate oh ill could push back adjournment to the end of December. Rep. Frank T. Bow of Ohio, ranking Republican on the House Appropriations Committee, predicted today that "hasty passage of a tax bill is not likely." Bow said an administration pledge to cut spending may end the tug of war between the 1'resident and Congress. "However, other questions ; still require answers feefott the (House will vote for higher tax^ ;es," Bow said. "Fofemost ! among them is the economic sit- itiation Of the country, now ! somewhat stagnant." I Sen. Williafn Proxfnire, D- 'wis., another opponent of the 1 fax bill, predicted "long and exhaustive floof debate" if it survives Mills' committee and a favorable-House vote. Othef bills awaiting final 1 congressional decision's: -^Senate and House conferees ! continue working on the anti| poverty bill, With House spokes- j men standing fast behind the ! House-approved amendment to j place control of local Communi- ' ty Action agencies under state j and local governments. Also to I be settled is how much money 'the Office of Economic Oppor- i tunity is lo get. The House has ! authorized $460 million less lhafl j the administration Seekl * —House-Senate conleffef '•• are working on the Social Sedtf* rity bill. The Senate's vefsloft i would mean record increases 1ft icash benefits. 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