Independent from Long Beach, California on February 14, 1958 · Page 10
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 10

Long Beach, California
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Friday, February 14, 1958
Page 10
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" Jr MORSE $100,000 Just Governors Oifer Ike 6-P6int Economy too WASHINGTON. UP) -- Sen, Morse (D-Ore) said Thursday the. $100,000 fund raised by Texas Republican supporters of the natural, gas.bill is "just too stinking." '· "And it won't lose its odor by passing this $100,000 around from one Republican . committee to another," Morsi* told the Senate. =jiati--. Democratic ·. National Chairman Paul M. Butler also issued a statement blasting the will- i n g n e s s of two .Republican groups to accept the money after it had .been turned down by another. · . . Republican National .Chairman Meade-Alcorn had announced, with White House approval, that the GOP National Committee would have no part of the. fund. But Sen. Schoeppel (R-Kan) and Rep. Richard Simpson (R- Pa), chairmen of the -GOP Senate and 'House Campaign Committees, said'- they would accept the money even though they deplored the methods used in raising it. * » * .* · "THIS SEEMS to indicate 1 clearly," said Butler, "that the noble statements from the White House and the Republican National. Committee \yere nothing but a publicity stunt or that the Republicans in the Senate and" House are unresponsive to. the'. White House leadership. "In ei'ther event, it show ·that $100,000 is more impor- tant to''the Republicans, i Congress than principles of ethical .conduct;.'..'. "The Republicans in Congress vere faced With a simple choice between $100,000 and-'political ntegrity." ' : ' . ' ; . ' ' · The money was raised a t ' a $100-a-plate "appreciation" dinner for Rep.. Martin of Massachusetts, the House Republican eader. Contributors were told n a letter from Texas GOP National Committeeman H. J. Porter that Martin had- workec for the'gas bill in the .past'and his efforts would be. needed in :he future. . ^ · ' The effect of the-.legislation would be to ease federal regulation of natural gas .producers. * * » * ·HOUSE SPEAKER Rayburn (D-Tex), who previously had said the measure would be called up for a House vote late this month, told a news conference Thursday, "I'm not saying" whether the bill will be brought up at all .this session. "Somebody always does the job on the gas bill," Rayburn A-U G TJ S T A, · Maine' (S)-Eleven Democratic ''governors t o l d . President." Eisenhower Thursday that "only enlightened federal action can prevent the recession from'feeding, on itself and .deteriorating further into a depression." . They urged a .six-point program including 'public works, welfare and' educational 1 , expansion, further easing of credit and possibly 1 .a'tax cut "directed to: low income families." They offered their "full' cooperation in-, taking the. action necessary to put us once again on the path to an expanding economy." «. .* .THE GOVERNORS' proposal was in a telegram' to ' Eisen- hower'made public by-Maine's Gov Edmund S. Muskie, one : of estimated at 35,000 compared with. 20,000 a .year, ago.- · '· .- .: Also Signing the'telegram to the President were' Govs. McNichols',. of; Colorado, .Loveless, ofi' Iowa, Furcolo, ,of' Massachusetts, Williams, of Michigan, Freeman, of Minrie's6ta,'\,Mey- ner,. of..'New Jersy,, of New York,- Holmes, -of.Ore- gon, Roberts, of-Rhode -Island and Rosellini, of. Washington. · * * · * · . . * THE COYER-NOBS "Invited other .governors 'to/join 'them and. said they", were:.:.'sending their,'their" state representatives., in -Congress. , "The telegram .was.received at the White House but there 'was no immediate. comment. reflected by, claims -.for. state compensation- is'' almost .-double ;hat of 1957, Muskie said. -It is said. Morse told ' the Senate the uproar over the Texas money may have killed the bill for this year and he added: "I pray that's true." A natural gas bill was passed two years ago but President Eisenhower vetoed it because of what- he called "arrogant" tactics by its supporters. Ike in Georgia, Finds the Weather Frigid THOMASVILLE, Ga: UP)--!him since early' this month. President Eisenhower Thursday traveled · 765 miles 'seeking warm, sunshine. Instead he found bone-chilling weather and remaining patches of this south Georgia area's first measurable snow in nearly half a century. But if the- President was disappointed he didn't show it in stepping ' from the private plane, Columbine- III, which brought him from Washington. The President and Mrs. Eisenhower both had broad smiles for their hosts, former Secretary of the Treasury George irey and his wife. The weather ruled out both bird- hunting and golf for the President until at least, today --and the forecast was not too encouraging, Th« weatherman predicted a low of 20. degrees then and a high of 40. Indications were that ; bridge game got under way before Ibng. The President was. accompanied from Washington :l\J HJllllGMAO.1,1, . *.«**«··%··--« ; In. Denver, ·' -McNichols. saic several western-'governors are sending" telegrams'' 1 , to Eisen, n r . . , . ,.-hower .asking''.him' 1 , to-.'.induce Unemployment In Maine, as Congress : to add-funds.for:west- *-. . , , T- -1_^_» .*«- ^+ofo nrr\ . rpHHTY1 flllOH ttfOtCCtS aS a erri reclamation projects as means .of stimulating employment. your key to driving pleasure! THE NEW BRITISH SEDAN AT $1749* Built by knowing English craftsmen to give years and years of dependable-service. 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