The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 4, 1958 · Page 20
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 20

Austin, Minnesota
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Thursday, December 4, 1958
Page 20
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20 AUSTIN (Minn.) HERAtD ^fhurtdoy, D*c. 4, 1958 UNSAFE SCHOOLS — Or. William Carr Jr., above, executive secretary of the National Education Association, says there are "a large number of unsafe schools in the nation." He made the statement in view of the Chicago parochial school fire which took the lives of 87 children and three Roman Catholic nuns. U .S. Education Commissioner Lawrence G. Derthick, below, said his agency of the federal government is ready to help in any way to help avert future school disasters. Democrats in 4-Day Conclave By D. HAROLD OLH'ER WASHINGTON (AP) — Triumphant Democrats gathered today for the first of four days of post- election meetings. They will decide on legislative recommendations and where to hold their national convention in 1960. The sessions were called by the Democratic National Committee afcd by its 24-member Advisory Council. Intraparty scraps on civil rights are in prospect. Today and Friday will be given over to closed hearings by a subcommittee named to receive bids from seven cities for the 1960 national nominating convention. Leaders say they are laying convention plans about 19 months ahead to be assured of adequate auditorium and hotel space. 7 Seek Convention* San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, Atlantic City, Miami Beach and Chicago are bidding for the convention. A credential* committee of the National Committee also will meet in open session Friday to consider the status of Camille F. Gravel, national oommitteeman from Louisiana whom the state organization has voted to remove. Both the civil rights issue and National Committee rules are involved in . the dispute. The full National Committee meets Saturday in public session to act on recommendations of the convention sites and credentials groups and to transact other bus- iuss. A $700,000 party deficit and ways to meet it will come up. Future Considered The future of Chairman Paul M. Butler also may be considered Southerners may try to censure or oust Butler for his no-compromise stand for a strong civil rights plank in the 1960 platform. But Butler adherents do not expect such a move to succeed if it develops. The committee's Advisory Council meets Sunday to try to draw up a policy statement for the party in the next two years. Advance indications are it will go beyond the recent 12-point legislative program advocated by Senate Ma jority Leader Lyndon B. Johnson (D-Te*), especially in the field of civil rights, which Johnson left off his list. LEFSE DEMONSTRATION C«m« into "Axt" Johnton's ttU (toy Fridoy for FREE left* and ceff** t*rv«d by factory r*pra*nlativ«. N*w WMi AXf JOHNSON HOWE. Ill I. 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