Time Clock, Jan. 3, 1955

FREER TRADE POLICY has been upheld again by President Eisenhower. Overriding recommendations of the Tariff Commission, the President rejected any boost in import duties of screen-printed silk scarves mostly from Japan, has also turned down, a request for import quotas on wood screws from Western Europe. The presidential box score, thus far: eleven nays, eight yeas on requests for higher import barriers.

SUPER-HIGHWAY TRAVEL is growing so fast that the three-year-old, 118-mile New Jersey Turnpike is already obsolete. The $255 million toll road is now carrying the traffic load (102,000 cars on busy days)...

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