The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 9, 1958 · Page 3
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Austin, Minnesota
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Tuesday, December 9, 1958
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AUSTIN (Minn./ HERALD Tuesday, Dec. 9, 1958 Rayburn, Johnson Absence Hurts U1U e ,. .. . ; Holiday Studies Prestige of Dem Advisory Councill 1 * Stu-8nh . WASHINGTON (AP) - The big- and Johnson, both of Texas, re- years. The council attempts to as- will have to look to R«hnm .M «f .„«,„„*,«,, , h . I..,.,.!* «. J 8*' "lOniTIOUth • WASHINGTON (AP) - The biggest weakness in what the Democratic Advisory Council recommends is that the two most powerful Democrats in Congress — Speaker Sam Rayburn and Sqp. Lyndon Johnson—are not members of the council. The council includes some of the very top Democrats-like former President Harry S. Truman, Adlai Stevenson, New York's Gov. Averell Harriman — but when it was created two years ago Rayburn fused to join. If -they had accepted membership, they would have committed themselves to follow through on what the council recommended. By standing aloof they can pretty well pick and choose what they want to piish or fight for. Without Head Since the Democrats lost the presidential election in 1956, the party was left without any real, single head for the next four MAKES THIS CHRISTMAS SUGGESTION IMohktaf •fcovlna Itgt cl«M, «t«m ant has a "compact" ahapa and th« •Melualv* MICRO-TWIN Haad Enjoy new freedom from nicks and cuts this safe, gentle, quick way. Take advantage of this modern electric war to feminine daintiness. Ends muss and fuss, nicks ana cut* of soap and blade. Your choice of six lovely colon, CLEVELAND'S Downtown • Sterling sert some leadership. Thus the program it outlined Sunday for Democrats in Congress to follow In 1959 was 3 statement of goals, hopes and intentions. It's been called the Democrats' "State of the Union message." Next month, as usual at the beginning of each session of Congress, President Eisenhower will present his own State of the Union message, outlining his programs and ideas for 1959. Both houses of Congress will listen attentively and then suit themselves about what they will accept, reject, modify or expand from all the proposals Eisenhower makes. The same will be true of the congressional attitude towards the Democratic Advisory Council's ideas. Jealous of Privileges Members of Congress, and this certainly goes for their leaders, are very jealous of the rights, privileges and preogatives of the legislative branch of the government. They reserve to themselves the right to make the final decisions on any proposals from the executive branch, headed by Eisenhower, or from any outsider or group of outsiders, like the Democratic LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) -The imported strippers at the Stardust Hotel hide little but their thoughts —and it's a good thing they do. All 12 of these bare-bosomed seauties are disgusted with American men, and with American women too. The men Advisory Council. Rayburn, boss Democrats, and of the House Johnson, leader of the Democrats in the Senate, are both conservative. The Democratic Advisory Council's recommendations were both more liberal and more far-ranging than anything being talked about by Rayburn and Johnson. For example: The council suggested making the law tougher to give the government a stro^' r hand in protecting civil rights; it suggested the Senate soften its rules to make it easier to smash filibusters. , Use of Filibuster Again and again the Southern Democrats have used the filibus- jter—which, under present Senate I rules, gives them the right to al Johnson for'leadership. Both men in the past have shown an amazing ability to get from their fellow Democrats and even from many Republicans cooperation and approval on the various pieces of legislation they wanted to see get through. For both men next year the job of shepherding the legislation they j want may be tougher, if only be-! WEST LONG BRANCH, N. J. Nevertheless, Rayburn and Johnson will be key men. Tl|6fjS- fore in large measure the program produced by the Democratic Advisory Council will depend on Rayburn and Johnson. MEN SHOUT, WOMEN GIGGLE Bare Facts of Vegas Anger Sexy Strippers money. shout obscenities at ;hem. The women giggle so loudly that a few have been asked to leave. These girls, members of the cause there will be more Demo- , Am c «/> ,» crats in Congress. , (AP) ~ Some 50 ° Mo »mouth College students reacted vigorously Monday when informed by President Edward G. Schlaefer that the college would conduct classes between Christmas and New Year's Day to stay abreast of the Russians in education. Singing "Come Down, Come Down From Your Ivory Tower," they quickly converged under his third-floor office, waving signs which read "Beat Russia." A straw effigy of Schlaefer was pelted with stones and oranges, feathered, hung from a second- story window, and burned. The burning straw mingled in the air| with ballads such as "White Christmas" and "Jingle Bells." West Long Branch police stood silently by as Schlaefer finally came out on his balcony and said: "We must utilize all ol our time and facilities in this national emergency to keep up with the Russians." Schlaefer said later he planned no disciplinary action but also had people who like to buy things with The strippers share the spotlight in the show with the Bluebells; a troupe of dancers from fcngland who do not appear on stage uncovered. Some of the Bluebells also have a low opinion of American men. Lido Club troupe from Paris, al-j L inda ways regarded themselves as ar- L ith the lists—until they played Las Vegas. without . Cars and Money Complains Bluebell' Anke Linschoten, 19, of Amsterdam: All jthey talk about is their cars and | their money. n « , » H " at the Now, after seven months of indig nities, they feel cheapened. At least one of them plans to quit. in Paris without shame, says, "I don't like showing my busts to these men," Linda does not plan to stay with the show. Meet Millionaires i Most of the girls, however, still When ihe girls first came here, ! see nothing wrong with nudity, they thought Las Vegas would be Nothi Vu , a wonderful place to meet Ameri can millionaires. Some of them "Why shouldn't girls show themselves off to good advantage?" FLYING AGAIN — The first TWA plane to leave Kansas City on a commercial basis since TWA mechanics ended their strike refuels in Kansas City after its arrival from Chicago Monday. Flight originated in New York, will terminate en West Coast. (NEA Telephoto), It's Moving Time for Congress WASHINGTON (AP) — The biggest move in a decade on Capitol Hill started its tortuous course this week. It's new office assignments, for which first choice goes to members with the most seniority. The 82 new representatives and . .._. . ,15 new senators get what's left no intention of changing thei after tlle incumbents make their schedule. choice, The effigy-burning brought out; The problem is getting every- former Monmouth College Presi-l^ody moved—sometimes several dent Eugene Leahman', who times—before Congress convenes mounted some steps and declared he was "glad to see the students of this college stirred up at last." He later told a newsman that "we cannot beat the Russians by using Russian methods." Jan. 7. It's like a game of musical chairs. And the Senate could go through it again a month later. A new Senate office building is expected to be ready then. "We work New Year's Day — was in office from 1853 to 1857, made no changes in his Cabinet jSewes on to good advantage? u «- ||U "ees in nis did-to their shame and sorrow. aska En id Mills, 26, captain of the! durin S his administration. Red-haired Anne Gibson, 20, was | Bluebells. "Nothing in the show isjj introduced to a wealthy American | vulgar. The costumes of the-Blue- " soon after arriving here " • •• London last May. "It always works out." They said about the same thing in the Senate Rules Administration Committee, which handles office assignments. Until the new Senate office building is ready, most of the new senators are taking over the offices being cacated by their predecessors. The House has 62 re-elected members moving to new offices, seven moving over to the Senate and 82 new members moving in. It's the biggest turnover since 1948. As Ridgell recalled, there were more than 100 new members and 84 re-elected members moving their offices that year. PROP. GILLIN DIES MADISON, Wis. UP) - Prof, John L. Gillin, 87, pioneer University of Wisconsin sociologist and author whose work led to. many reforms in Wisconsin's handling of criminals and the insane, died Monday. He was born on an Iowa farm. well, we just work night and day and somehow all the moves are President Franklin Pierce, who made," A. Emmanuel Ridgell, superintendent of the two House office buildings, said in an interview. Did he propose marriage? "No, he proposed something ..w, ..w ^n. V/^fWOt-U OVJJilC lilllUg else," Anne said. "I got up and ^ necessary? " from bells themselves are enough to look at, apart from the girls with bare bosoms." Why, then, are bare bosoms left the table." Katinka Bleeker, who used unlimited debate—to block ^ e a photographers' model in civil rights legislation. sterdam, summed up the Troupe's But the fact remains the new attitude toward American men. Congress, where the Democrats "They are not nice," said the 19- have an overwhelming majority, Now that J s » difficult ques- '" saidid - " l *»* that it's as year-old blonde. "I don't I The show has broken all alien- 1Ke i dance records at the Stardust. • Some 1,400 persons leave gambling tables and bars each night to see it. TOLEDO, Ohio (AP)-Police obliged alter 19-year-old Mrs. Patricia Parent of Detroit, arrested for speeding, told them: "Don't give me a break. I'm so cute police keep letting me go. I'm afraid I might have a serious accident." Two patrolmen took he • before • municipal judge who fined her $23. S. S. KRESGE CO. This Christmas Give Her a Popular And Practical Gift S-T-R-E-T-C-H LEOTARDS SAVE 51c Pair Reg. $2.98 Satisfaction Unconditionally Guaranteed or Your Money Cheerfully Refunded S. S. KRESGE CO. Across from Courthouse — Austin, Minn. COMPLETE HARDWARE FOR Comb/natfoa PING-PONG am* PICNIC TABLE ... Attractive gift package mallable .PiM-row TO ptcHrc TXBU Sturdy... no wobbling Easy accen toTsdatT Ideal for lawn or recreation room. Play ping-pong indoors—outdoors—all year round. 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