Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 24, 1957 · Page 5
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*·*'"' Ives Says South Filibuster Will Kill Civil Rights Dr. Howard L. BUnchird, dirt etor of guidincb clinic. Dts Molnti, Iowa, public tchoolt. L * Li 7AA.t Dr. Jimti H. Birrttt, co-crd- In* tor of rAusle, Hutchfnsen, Kan* »a t, public tcheoli. By JOHN CHADWICK WASHINGTON Ui - Sen. Ivei (li-NY), a supporter of the ad- minislratio'-'s civil rights bill said Saturd*ay he thinks it is doomed by an expected Southern filibuster. Although Southern foes of the legislation sometimes shjr away from using the word filibuster. Sen. Ellender (D-La) showed no such de'icacy in pledging an all- out fight against Its passage. | He siH that any motion to take up the measure, placed on the Senate's calendar two dayi by a I parliamentary short eut, "will i bring forth prolonged debate--to be blunt, a filibuster." The bill, already pacced by the House, was placed on the Senate {calendar by a 45-39 vote in an ! unusual maneuver sparked by Senate Republican Leader Knowland of California. Thus the bill bypassed the Senate Judiciary Committee, where a companion measure has been bottled up since mid-March.- However, Senate leaders have entered into an agreement not to try to call the bill up for debate before July 8. Ives' remarks were prepared for broadcast over 13 New York TV stations. It was an interview transcribed prior to the Senate vote placing the measure on the calendar. However, be said "I don't believe we are going to be able to Romance at 99 SARASOTA, Fla. to -- No hot- pita! bed could keep John D. Adams 99, blind and incurably ill with cancer, from spending his wedding anniversary at home with bit wife. It was their 78th. When an ambulance brought Adams home Thursday Mrs. Adams was waiting for him on the perch, wearing her prettiest dress. "Bless your year, mama, bless your heart," Adams said tearfully as he reached up from the stretcher and embraced his wife, also 99. She said nothing. But the covered his face with kisses and for several minutes they clung together. let it pilled if w succeed b letting It on the calendar." Under the free debite permitted in the Scute, he said, "our Southern friends could start a filibuster today and keep filibustering right on through Dec. 31st and prevent any action of anything here if they wanted to do it" The only way a filibuster can be broken in the Senate, other than by sheer physical exhaustion, is to cecure the votes of M senators, or two-thirds of the entire membership. Although Ives' statements clearly indicated he didn't think this could be done, Sen. Clifford Cast (R-NJ), another strong supporter of the legislation, said "I now believe we *an get the (4 votes nee, essary to shut off the filibusters." "I am confident this Congress will enact a meaningful civil righU bill, the first since the Civil War era," he said in a statement. "We can see the end of the road even though'the struggle for the right-to-vote bill will be long." Lad Wants Injunction Against Pop Spanking DOUGLAS. Ariz. UP - A 10- yeir-old boy walked into attorney Ben F. Williams' office Friday and asked for an injunction. The lad, a newspaper carrier, said he would pay the feu in free papers. The '.ad spilled out this tale of woe: His father had caught him smoking' and he feared troubles at home. He wanted an injunction against a spanking. Williams discoursed on Arizona's limitation of action law, and then he told the prospective client that it would "be unethical to affect an easement on your punishment" In short, he had to turn down the case. IF while you're htre you need ftowtrc for any occasion, we will bt glad to »erve you. The floweri are grown In our own grcin- houset, and you are enured of daily-picked flower freshness. BENSON'S F L O W E R S Wilt Loviland Road Phtnl 401 "ContUtently tht But 1 of Snow on Trail Ridge Monday, June 21, 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page S Unpaid Stale Park Board Appointed by McNichols DENVER * - A new unpiid Slate Pirk ind Recreation Board, created by the Legislature, was appointed Friday by Cov. Me- Nichols. One of its seien members Is William II. Yersin Jr. of Burlington, formerly Democratic floor leader in the Colorado House of Representative*. He was chosen to represent the Second Concres- sional District for a term expiring May 1, 19G3. . Representatives of other congressional districts picked for the board were: First. Rudolph Goo- zales. Dearer, term expiring lily 1, 19J9; Tlird. Mrs. James Wa|- ner, J-imar, term expiring Mir 1 1959; ind Fourth, Dr. John Kehoe. teadville, term expiring Mlf Named as members at large were Harold Lathrop, Wheat Rid:e, form expiring Mir 1, 1961; Divid Abbott, Denver, term expiring May 1,, ISO; and Robert Venuti Jr., Pagosa Springs, term expiring May 1, 1355. American technicians are help- ins the stud) of the use of Isotopes in Colombia. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Oitp snow still lints the famous Trail Ridge mountain highway, ibove, which optnid for travel ono wetk ago. So if you want cooler wtather, a littlo ever an hour's drivt to rht wtst on U. S. 34 will tako you to this seen* In Rocky Mountain National Park. The eiceptionilly heavy snowfall of _ tht past ftw months dtlaytd tht Mtmoriil Day eptning of Trail Rldgt by nlnt days. Trail Ridgt is tht hightit conlinous automobile road In tht Unittd Stales with ovtr 11 milts of tht highway abovt tht 11,000 foet level. High point on the highway Is 12,111 fttt. 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Add to your wardrobe with a variety of skirts now at this big savings. 3" )

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