The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 3, 1958 · Page 3
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Party Chiefs Give Explanations for Democratic Election Sweep NEW YoftK (APVrhe chairmen of the Republican and Democratic national committees today gave the nation's buslneis leaders their explanations of the Democratic sweep in the Nov. 4 elections. Needless to say they disagreed. OOP National Chairman Meade Alcorn blamed his party's poor showing on a combination of factors, mainly on the downturn in employment and general business activity. He contended the Repub-, licans still have the "better product to sell," but "we lack the sales force." II i s Democratic counterpart, Paul M.. Butler, said the Nov. 4 results were a "ringing repudiation of the Eisenhower administration and its failure to provide aggressive, full-time and forward- looking leadership in the areas of economic growth, employment, cost of living, labor legislation, education, defense, human rights and foreign policy." Talk Before Industry Group Alcorn and Butler were invited to give their views before the annual convention of the National Assn. of Manufacturers — the 63rd congress of American industry. In the elections test month, the governments during past years. Republicans lost 13 Senate seats, He said it was significant that no a net of 47 House seats, and a net of § governorships. Among the reasons, Alcorn said, were what he called stepped-up contributions from labor to Democratic candidates, a falling off of Republican contributions, branding of the OOP by the Democrats as the right-to-work party, and failure of the Republicans to present to the people the true aims of their party. Alcorn said his party has come back from worse defeats and will do so again if it is dedicated and determined enough. But he said it can never hope to recapture control of Congress "until we match in money, in manpower and in organization work the efforts now being put forth by the opposition." National Issues Butler said the fact that the Democratic victory was overwhelming and national in scope indicates that national issues were decisive in producing the strong Democratic tide. He attributed Democratic gains to voter confidence in what he called the responsible record of his party in Congress and in state DUG AN'S DAILY Gift Suggestions GOLF SUPPLIES Personalized Balls .... $14.75 doi. ~ ' F S*** $39.95 up Bags ' Shoes • Balls Retreivit Umbrellas • Practice Cups Shop Early • Layaway Now Free Gift Wrapping IAIM HE 3-6190 Democratic senator and only one Democratic representative were defeated for re-election. Alcorn said unemployment and the decline in business activity unquestionably provided the greatest handicap confronting OOP campaigners. Recovery came too late to aid his party politically, he added. Arab Pilgrims to Bethlehem Get Screening JERUSALEM (AP)-An Israeli official today said Arab Christians applying to make the Christmas pilgrimage to Bethlehem are getting a stricter screening this year. 'The official said this is because in past years "certain Arabs" living in Israel had made the pilgrimage to contact intelligence agents of the United Arab Republic Bethlehem and the other .Christian shrines are in the Jordan-administered part of Palestine. The official would not say how many applications had been refused this year. But he said about 3,500 Christians, most of them Arabs, would be allowed to cross into Old Jerusalem. The applications now are being screened by the Jordan authorities. In past year they have usually refused about 10 per cent as undesirable. BUTANE TANK EXPLODES — A pillar of flame geysers skyward as a butane tank, ignited by a burning home owned by Louise Ranking, Malibu Beach, Calif., explodes with a roar during the brush fire that swept the mountains yesterday. The butane tank supplied the house with its cooking fuel. Photographer Ken Dare of the Los Angeles Times used a telephoto lens on a 35 mm. camera to make this picture from a half mile away. (AP Photofax) 'CHANGE IN THE WIND' Dirksen Will Support Proposals to Modify Senate Filibuster Rule WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Everett Dirksen (R-I11; announced today he will support efforts to modify the Senate's filibuster rule. The rule now requires the votes of 64 senators to shut off debate, and the number rises to 66 when Alaska's two senators are seated. • _ Floor Coverings Featuring Quality Carpets by •FIRTH • OUUSTAN • MASLAND • CAUAWAr THIS I I WEEK •' ! DISCOUNTS UP TO 50% 100% NYLON BROADLOOM • Twttd • Loop Pilt 12.95V.lut $788 • SQ. YD. 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Situation Alerted He now has come to the conclusion, Dirksen said, that Vice President Nixon had "logic on his side" in holding informally then that new rules can be adopted by majority vote at the beginning of each Congress. "A change in the rules is in the wind," Dirksen said. "The situation has been altered since 1957 because the Rules Committee sub sequently has considered the matter and formal reports have been filed. I will support some modifi cation of the present require ments." His change of position lent add ed weight to a drive by Senate liberals to alter the filibuster provision. SKATES Men's-Women's Figure Men's Hockey Skates 1O 95 Sturdy cowhide shoes give good arch support, have fleece-lined tongues, protective hard toes. Better grade blades. Men's sizes 5-12 In black, ladies' sizes 5-10 in white. IOTS HOCKEY 7 »$ Black and fan leather with protects* itmi- box to*. Arco tubular •UtlbladM.su,, 1.3. Skares _. *oy$ and Girls B 95 Cowhide jhoe>, hollow. * •round Boyj . 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The break was made Tuesday 5 miles south' of Dublin at Cur- agh prison camp, where IRA nen captured by the Irish govern- nent are held. A guard spotted smoke billowing up from under his sentry tower during a football game in the camp compound and fired a warning volley. Soon more smoke rose from other parts of the compound. Sixteen of the prisoners broke through the barbed wire fence around the camp and were swallowed up in a mist hanging over the flat Curragh plain. One was recaptured later and two other men were wounded by tear gas grenades. Read The Classified Ads. Writers Give Apple to Dinoh and Tony HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (AP)-The most cooperative actor and actress in Hollywood—Tony Curtis and Dinah Shore, The Hollywood Women's Press Club «elected them for their 18th annual "big Apple" award, which will be made Dec. 16. The club is comprised of 140 writers. N.M. (AP)Some unidentified y&tmgitef sent « letter asking Santa for this: "Pbur or five caps for my dynamite." 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