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The most important debate on this was not in public but in the closed-door session of the senate and house conferees where house members battled savagely to gain a few concessions for little taxpay- ers. One of the battlers was Demo- cratic Congressman John Dingell of Detroit who at one point de- manded: "While we are making all these concessions to upper*bracket tax- payers ad war profiteers, we should at least repeal some of the excise taxes on working people. "Instead of plugging loopholes that benefit the oil industry and stock-market speculators, you are making the loopholes bigger and more of them," Dingell angrily chided the senators. "As long as you are in the mood to throw away I money, why not make some conces- sions to the working girl and man , with four or five kids?' However. the Michigan Demo- crat's demands that the excise on baby powder and oil, etc., be lift- ed fell on deaf ears. Finally, Dins- ell turned to GOP Sen. Eugene Mil- likin of Colorado. a stanch defend- er of tax benefits to big bracket- eers, and half jokingly asserted: "Gene, if you don't support me on this--woe to you when you go back to Colorado to campaign this year." Millikin chuckled, but said noth- ing. Gen. Bradley Rebuffed Dingell then hurled in*o the teeth of the seators a letter Gen. Omar Bradley had written congress, urg- ing that the excise tax on G.I watches be recinded. "I want to see how much faith you have in General Bradley-- how much weight his letter car- ries," the Michigander challenged. "How about it?" This time Millikin didn't laugh. Neither did granite-faced Sen. Walter George of Georgia and the other architects of the bill that exempts war profiteers. The sen- ators sat mum and defiant. There was another bitter blow- up over the proposed withotding tax on stock dividends. This was aimed to capture an estimated 160 to 170 million dollars wh.%h Uncle Sam loses each year because stock- holders fail to report divldends in income-tax returns. Again the senators held back, though house conferees Bob Dough- ton of North Carolina, Jere Cooper f Tennessee, Wilbur Mills of Arkansas and Dingell strongly sup- ported the withholding tax on divi- dends. George, who consistently battled for the top-bracket taxpay- ers in every other phase of the bill, made the amazing argument that the dividend clause would dis- criminate against "poor widows." "The government doesn't withold taxes on wages under $500 a year," sermonized the Georgian. "Why tax the dividends of widows and people of moderate circumstances, which in many cases ar*ount to less than $500 a year?" "That argument doesr,'t hold water." hit back Dingell. 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Hundreds of Doctors Recommend It Hundreds upon hundreds of doctors recommend HADACOL. It not only supplies weak, deficient systems with extra quantities of important Vitamins Bt, B 2, Iron and Niacin but also beneficial amounts of precious Calcium, Phosphorus and Manganese--- elements so vital to help maintain glorious health and guard against such deficiency ailments. And so inexpensive. Costs only a small amount a day. Trial- size bottle, $1.25. Large family or hospital size, $3.50. If your druggist does not have HADACOL, order direct from The LeBlanc Corporation, Lafayette, Louisiana. Send no money Just your name and address on a penny post card. Pay postman. State whether you want the $3.50 hospital economy size or $1.25 trial size. Remember, money cheerfully refunded unless you are 100% satisfied.--Adv. ) 1950, The LeBhme Corporation.