Independent from Long Beach, California on May 20, 1957 · Page 8
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Celler Says Ike's 6 ! Whimpers WASHINGTON *UR) -- Rep . Emunuel Celler (D-N Y) said 'Sunday that President Elsen. '·- hower was a "lackadaisical" leader who "Issues a clarion call one day and then whimpers the next." i Celler, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, accused , the President of laying down a program, but "never following ' It up with leadership . an*! political action," · · "Ho never gets men (In Con, sresa) together and says, 'this is what 1 want,'" Celler said. "The President said on- tele- . vision the other night that we would Imperil the lafety of the nation If we touched the Defense Department's budget," Celler laid. "But the next morn- Ine he laid something else In his press conference." * · · · ' · ·' CKLLKR SAID that Elsen- hower admitted In his press c o n f e r e n c e that duplication existed In tho department of do- feme and savings could be made, "He Issues a clarion call one day and then whimper* the next." Celler said. "Who U master of his house? He Is the commander-ln-chlef . He Is supposed to run the White House. Why doesn't he do the weeding out, "We have a lazy admlnlstra lion. We have a lackadaisical President." Celler said. "We have a lame duck President unablo to control his cohorts." The New York Democrat also said that the budget could 'be cut by four billion dollars, with two and one-half billion of that cut coming from the Department of Defense. He said that ho favored dropping the soil bank program for farmers after 1937 and wanted to "eliminate all controls and let prices reach their own level," , , · WE PROBABLY will have ' problems at first," he said, "but It will be better In the long run." Celler reiterated hl« stand on abolishing the reserve clause In professional baseball contracts, charging that players were treated "like pawns In a chess game." · But Celler refused to lay what . «·[feet abolishing the reserve clause would have on the Brooklyn Dodgers. Celler'i dls. trlct lies In Brooklyn. He said, however, tWit the change would not 'help the Washington Senators. "I don't think anything can help the Senators," ho said They've lunk 10 low they're beyond help. And the reason Is the Griffith family (owners of tho Senators) treat their players like slaves. They buy and sell them like 10 many articles." WithHMor/Fiesta NEW YORK Wi-Tho luxury Incr Matsonla, rebuilt at a "ompany-estlmated cost of 20 million dollars, steamed, proudly nto New York harbor Sunday or a four-day visit. She will nter service between California ?orti and Hawaii on June 11, The flashing, 26,00d-ton liner f the Matson Navigation Co. received the traditional welcome salute from harbor craft. Fire- Mats on either side of tha Mat. onlii sent streams of water Into ie air. A pair of helicopters overed overhead. Orchids were dropped onto the Matsonla from one of the helicopters, and passing oilers and steamers saluted the luxury ship with whistle blasts, The .Matsonla arrived from Newport News, Va., shipyards. Her passengers Included con gressmen, shipping, railroad and airline executives, and news- papcrmen. The ship Is.scheduled to sail on Wednesday with a full passenger list of 760 persons for the west coait via the Panama Canal. The 23-year-old vessel the Matsonla: "This Is what Js known as a 'lulu' or a real ship. She Is one of the best afloat." The Matsonla was built In 1932 and was christened the Monterey. After service In the Pacific the was used as a troop carrier In World War II and sold to the government. After the war, ihe was repurchased by the original owner, the Matson Navigation , Co., and . reran- structcd. LONDON Wi--The admiralty called off Sunday a North Sea search for a mysterious flashing bouy sighted by-a Danish ship east of the Dogger Bank Friday "lent. . . . . . . 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