Anderson Herald (Anderson IN) 8 Jan 1959
PAfii 7 was House, Grand Tour WASHINGTON (UPI) - Cap*. which ^ Hil1 is like t magnet to former former President Truman, especially on the opening day of Congress. Truman could not resist a grand tour of the House and Senit Senit resulted in at ' onwr strolled into Ihe House n f , ..,,,, ,,,1 ot a ro " cau held'on the election of Sam Rayburn parties am Nor The applause started first in the gallaries. Then, when Truman waved to those below, all the Members save a couple of Republicans Republicans gave him a standing ova- lion, forcing a brief halt in the voting. After taking Truman lo his front row seat, doorkeeper William E. Miller unceremoniously dispossessed dispossessed a svelte blonde so he could next lo the former president and point out new members. Tie blonde, Mrs. Ulysses Auger, moved to the lap of her husba'nd" Washington restaurateur. 1 Truman went lo the House from j [ ' TM m a n *TM 10 ine House irom at t h e S( ; nat ? whore he * atch Â« 1 th Â« swearing-in of new and re-elected members. There he sal with Mrs. Oscar Chapman, wife of his former commerce secretary, and Frank McKinney, former Democratic Na- tkxial Committee chairman. Their seats were in lhe diplomatic gal- of lery exactly oppose the desk of Truman's old political foe--Vice President Richard M. Nixon.