Time Clock, may 25, 1953

AS steel wage negotiations started, the best guess was that the C.I.O.

Steelworkers intend to ask for a hike of 180 to 25¢ an hour. Steelmen, how ever, think they will settle for about a dime, which the companies are willing to give. A 10¢ raise might push steel prices up $4 a ton. Both sides think that there is little chance of a strike.

THE battle over tax cuts has grown so fierce that President Eisen hower called Speaker Martin and Ma jority Leader Halleck to the White House to get their help in heading...

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