Independent from Long Beach, California on May 22, 1957 · Page 8
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 8

Long Beach, California
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Wednesday, May 22, 1957
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Pacje A-8-tNDEPENDENT Mwh. (.III. VM* M*y 11, ItW TVT ' g1" r " '* ' ·'·- -"···'·r ·'/-«, f *""'-/~** ·!' Northerners ?i Get drvil to ·'WASHINGTON W -- North croero of both parties p r l e Preildent Elsenhower's c I v . r i g h t s bill out of the Houi .Rules Committee Tuesday. A 8-4 committee vote cleared th measure for House debate, like ly to begin the first week June. ·The rulci group allotted fou dayi for general debate on th bill, which had been blocked -1 committee for weeks by a «tra egy of delay by Southern op poncnts. · , House members will be give ' n free hand to offer amend rnpnts, however, nnd Southern ers are certain to p r o p o s chances which would cripple o eliminate key provisions. Rep. McCorma'ck of Massa chusetU, the Hduie Democrat] leader, and others have predlc ed the bill will pass the Hous by a comfortable margin, as dl i similar measure which died I ' the Senate last year. · · · · · THE SENATE once n g a t presents the big --perhaps In surmountable--obstacle to back 'CM of the bill. A Southern fll buster there Is a virtual certain ty which has prompted eve ' some optimistic supporters c \ the measure to predict It won ' clear the Senate this year. There have been Indication the Senate Judiciary Commute will keep the bill bottled up I 7that branch u n t i l the Hous '. 'acts. Sen. Eastland (D-MIss), n "^outspoken foe of the bill, head 'the judiciary group. It the bill .clears the .Hous 'but not the 'Senate, the Scnat could take It up again next yea without the necessity of furthe Annual Douglas Picnic Sunday . at White Oaks ' . i j Thousands of Douglas Aircraft Co., Long Beach Division employes and their families wll swim, dance and down tons o bnrbccued beef and other fare Sunday at the plant's annua picnic at White Oaks Park nea Chatsworth. .. Ten carnival-type booths wll be set up for children's amuse ment, an organist will provld music for dancing and the Lon Beach Douglas Tridents will give an exhibition of skin diving G. H. Evans, welfare manager o the Long Bench division, is pic nlc director and Tom Went, as Blatant manager, heads the pic nlc committees. l|.What modern necessity costs you less today than 20 years ago? . Hltl Hlkwltl |Mt tl(ilrl« until (Electricity "EvsH THOVOH th» prict of . practically «»«rythlng elie hn skyrocketed," uptslni Rtddy . - Kilowslt, * kllowiit hour of eltolriclly In Southern CslU ;,: fornla cotti leu todiy thin It _ · did 70 ycin igo." (Blfjtr ' . bill? Ttul'i bccauio you'ri · uiing more and llvlnj better . clectrlcilly.) Smsll wonder . electricity It your blgicit t birjain In modern living. , ," H»I IITTII_IHCTIICIl» ' ' (OUIHEIN UtlfOINU COMfAM House action. This w o u l d be poulblo' because the life of the 83th Congress extends through next year. , Tuesday' s Rules Committee vote, taken at a closed sesslbn, reportedly was strictly alone North-South lines. . . . . . . ..»!· · ' SOUTHERN HOUSE m e m - bers are sure to press for an amendment that would Guarantee a jury trial for persons accused of violating civil rights Injunctions Issued by federal courts. Contempt cases of this nature arc usually heard by a federal Judfic. , . . _ . . · The Injunctions cnvlsoncd In the bill w o u l d item from a grant of authority to the attorney general to go directly Into federal court* with cases Involving alleged violations of voting and other rights. . This authority, one of the bill's major provisions, also Is expected to be the target of * Southern 'amendment? , / Another likely , amendment, which has gotten more attention In the Senate, would attach to the bill a "right to work" provision prohibiting union shop contracts, . -..-. _ · - . . . - , · . · · · · ' · · - OTHER PROVISIONS of the bill would set up a civil rights division In the Justice Department and create a special com. m i s s i o n to -Investigate civil rights problems. The American Civil Liberties Union Tuesday declared It op. poses any attempt to require jury trials In . contempt cases arising from Injunctions Involving voting rights; .... , ., In a resolution unanimously adopted by Its board of (tree, tors, the organization, said: .. 'While there Is always need to guard vigilantly against the ITRAWBHRY. Mountain View ICECREAM IT'S DELICIOUS! AT ALL OUR DEALERS · HE 6-8237 misuse of government power... there li alto need to prevent weakening the power of our court* to uphold the law of .the land. The right of equal treat' ment under law li fatally undermined when community »entl ment blockt 'the enforcement of law." HEAR BOTH PARS · Your funds of $1000 or more tr* lacured by Certified Truir Dwell on Federally-lniured 'Gl hornet. . · Certified Trust Deedi must meet rigid 8-pomt standard to Insure security. · Certified trust D««ds' · arc legally recorded In your name. · Your Inttrett check It mailed each month, ., . 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A brand-new frame, suspen-' *'" decide to trade your faithful Ford for a ; - slon and body-all bolted and bonded Into : newer model. Ford's traditionally high re- one solid, silent unit-make this the most : ' sale value and years-ahead styling make It " durable Ford-ever. ;., ,' . :.-,:. · . . · v worth far more at trade-In time, tool' -"/ ; 1 fBaitd on ctmparttm of mmufadurtrf wgeerttd retail dtllutnd price* McKenzie Ford 133 AND 1033 AMERICAN AVt Phon. Hlmlock M611 !' '' · ' 1 1 i.- 1 .»'-., Mel Burns,'Inc. ' · COOO AMERICAN 'AVENUE HEmloefc 2-4154 ', !.', Hale Young Ford Co. 2441 EAST ANAHEIM STREET . i Phew HEmlock M15* ·

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