THE WHITE HOUSE: The New Look

Up Capitol Hill from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue last week charged House Republican Leader Charles Halleck, determined to do or die for the Eisenhower Administration's request for an additional $225 million for the Development Loan Fund. The request had been killed by the powerful House Appropriations Committee, but Halleck visited with Ohio's Republican Representative Frank Bow, a bitter-end opponent of foreign aid, persuaded him to vote with the Administration. When Halleck took his case to Michigan Republican Alvin Bentley, who had rarely voted so much as a nickel for foreign aid, Bentley said: "You may be surprised by what I do."...

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