The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 5, 1959 · Page 3
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CHANGE IN NO. 22? AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Monday, Jan. 5, 1959 || P" • I § I g f^ I -^ m ^ Filibuster Rule Due to Touch Off Heated Argument in New Senate ±£L By JAMES MARLOW , By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) ~ The new Senate explodes Wednesday in a fight over changing its rules. It may last weeks and much of it will sound dull. But it's far-reaching. This is an ABC on it. A bloc of northern Democrats and Republicans wants to change Senate Rule No. 22, which makes it so hard to smash a filibuster Hint none has been broken in 31 years. The Senate prides itself on its rule of practically unlimited debate. But debate can have two purposes: To discuss an issue fully before a vote on it or to prevent 11 vote altogether. The latter is tlie filibuster. Simple Majority The 98 senators will do most of tlieir business — passing bills — by just a simple majority of those present on the floor at voting lime. A full majority, harder to get, would be 50 of the 98. But under Rule No. 22, shutting off a filibuster against a measure —to let the Senate by a simple majority vote decide its fate—requires a two-thirds vote of all the senators, or 66 of the 98. Getting such a two-thirds vote is almost impossible, except in some national emergency. The reason: So many senators, not just southern Democrats, favor the principle of unlimited debate. Prevent Passage It isn't hard for each to foresee the time when he, too, may want to use it to prevent passage of legislation he intensely opposes. The filibuster has been employed against various proposals in the Senate's long history. In recent years southerners particularly have used it, and successfully, to prevent passage of civil rights bills. The northerners, favoring new civil rights legislation, protest that Rule No. 22 permits a mi V \ \ WASHINGTON (AP) - About 20,000 of American Airline's 22,000 employes were furloughec! today as efforts continued to settle a 17-day strike by pilots. Progress wns reported in narrowing issues between the airline and striking members of the Air Line Pilots Assn., when n mediation session broke up early today. Another meeting was scheduled for 10 :M a.m. American had announced in advance that the furlough order taking the employes off the payroll would become effective at midnight Sunday night if the strike was not settled. Employes kept on the payroll are in supervisory, maintenance and protective classifications I. MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Lcvcrett Edwards, chainnnn o Minnesota Agricullliral the National Mediation Board, said he would try to keep the negolia WEATHER FORECAST — It will be very cold tonight from the Mississippi valley eastward while a warming trend will set in over (he northern and central Rockies and Plains, Snow will fall west of the Rockies to the coastal areas whera rain is forecast. (AP Wirephoro Map) State Fair Groups Hold Joint Dinner - The Society, in the shack with Tllion's body, jcrul hours.' 1 Temperature! had Pence Justice Clifford Roberts dropped to below zero, ordered mi autopsy. He said the Tilton was a familiar figure on ibody "was frozen stiff and Tilton |Amarillo streets, accompanied by apparently hnd been dead for sev-lhis beloved dogs. boss of the State Fair, nncl the! Stnto Federation of County Fairs i — m nrs Uons go.ng until n settlement is opene( , I1)eeUngs here lodayi Th J ' Advertisement MOTHER OF KIDNAPED BABY — Mrs. Frances Chionchio ; 26, mother of baby girl kidnaped from St. Peter s hospital in Brooklyn, shown at the hospital today. She is holding a rosary. The baby was only 2Vz DIFFERENT LIST OF FASHION FEMMES hours old when she was abducted from a bassinet in a nursery Friday night. Today the FBI and police intensified the search for the infant and a woman who was seen loitering about the hospital. (AP Photofax) oi reached. The sessions are being; lwo Broup8 wilt hold n joint 'dinner held in his office here. I Tuesdn y nifiht, nnd each orgnmzn American is the nation's largest ; ti <m w ill elect officers Wednesday domestic airline from the standpoint of passenger miles flown. H normally curries an average of 22,000 passengers daily, serving 77 cities in the United States, Canada and Mexico. About 1,300 of the airline's pilots walked out in a demand for more Lover Freezes ro Death With Dogs AMARILLO, Tex, '/!'; — Robert Tillon, 79, a bearded dog lover, „ .... .,„ .„, 111V(41J was found apparently frozen to pay and fewer hours of flying time I death in his unheatcd shack Sunon the new jet airlines the car- day. Nine dogs, mostly hounds, were ...,,„ . iMCiw njnn. infi — nonty in the Senate, where south- nual „ t f best . dressed erners are in a minority, to thwart a majority. Unwelcome Will Southerners argue that a minor had a new look completely The perennial winners of the past were given permanent hon- it.y under Rule No. 22 can protect jors in a new fashion hall of fame _• 1 t • • . I J * I ...l_ ' rier plans to put into service soon. As negotiations continued in the American dispute, Secretary of Labor James P, Mitchell said the recent rash of airline strikes requires a new look at the Railway! j Labor Act, which governs labor! I troubles in both the railroad and! j airline industries. j i He said he intends to call a I ' meeting of labor and management j representatives from the airline and railroad industries to ask their views on whether the act j needs changes. It was indicated he plans to hold the meeting in a week or two. women!w, H«IP •„ A -n V "V" i,J, Duc ! iess of windsor - Mrs.'Balsan of Palm Beach and New The Railway Labor Act provides InTv t i ' W osten-IWilham Paley of New York, Coun-iYork (the former Consuelo Van- for a system of conferences, me- nevTtr hl7 a h r extrava , gance ' P^ces:tes« Edward von Bismarck of Par-Iderbilt), actress Mary Martin.:diation and arbitration and for new_ list, them above annual comparison.', is and Capri (the former Mrs. i film star and diplomat Irene: White House fact-finding boards Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relteves Pain York, X. Y. (?|ir,lil) —K 0 r th« first time science hna found n new hcnlip.u substance with tlin astonishing nbility to shrink- hemorrhoids, Mop iUliing, and relieve pn'm — without surRory. In enso nftcr CRBO, >rhilff ffpnlly relieving pnin, fictunl reduction ishrinkajrc) took plnco. Most nmnzltiRof nil-result.' were to thorough that sufferers made YOUNKBR.' "Satisfaction Always" statements Ifke "PiUi hnv« ceased to bo » problem!" Th« secret is a new healing »nb- »tnncc (Bio-Dyne*)—discovery of a world-famous research instjlutf. This substance is now available in tupjioiitory or ointment form under the nnme /Vspa ration H.* At your druggist. Money back guarantee. •R«tr. U. 8. P» In Sterling Shopping Center Top Women Boast the 'New Look' NEW YORK (AP) -Tlie an-1 hall of fame because "their fault-i itself against the unwelcome will thus giving a newer generation of • i— —.,-.. ...... .„. ...vi »i»a. limn ami mm uiiJiuiuiib m;iie < wruic nouse laci-tinauig boards Those accorded this new distinc- Harrison Williams), Queen Eliza-:Dunne and actress Claudelte Col- ; to recommend settlement terms in Dl\ WPFP? Uitli TT «f r>-:i_:~ •»» T- i_ _ , ... tion were: i belli II of Britain, Mme. Jacques - bert. disputes. save NOW in our Annual January Lingerie Sale your favorite brands and favorite garments all greatly reduced! of a Senate majority. the elegantly dressed women of But why all the fuss about i the world a chance to get on the I changing Rule No. 22? Since the list each year. Among those elevated to places! Senate adopted this rule itself, can't it change it easily? Not easily. Here's why: No time limit of any kind can vacated by the former title hold ers were a former New York model and a New York socialite. They be put on a filibuster against a tied for first place this year in! proposal to change the rule. This raises such an obstacle to balloting by 2,500 fashion experts! throughout the world. Results changing rules once the Senate is were announced Sunday by the in business that the northerners New York Dress Institute. hare settled on another plan. It failed in 1953 and again in 1957 and may not work this time. For 6 Years Senators are elected for six The co-winners were Countess! Rodolfo Crespi of Rome—the for-! mer Consuelo O'Connor, one of the noted O'Connor twins of New cover girl fame — and Mrs. at stake in the elections, the oth er two-thirds are still in the Senate serving out their unexpired terms. Because of this, opponents of Palm Beach. Mrs. Guest long has been known for her elegant restraint in dress, Others Chosen Others chosen for the 1939 beat- any change in Rule No. 22 argue dressed group were: that even when there is a new Mrs - Henry Ford II of Grossr session of Congress, as there is i Point, Mich., Princess Margaret this year, it does not mean a new Senate. They say: The Senate is never a new but a continuing body. So in each new session of Congress the Senate continues to have the same rules under which it did business in the preceding Congress. Brand New Senate Ttia northerners will argue Wednesday, as before, that each new session of Congress means a brand new Senate and as such the new Senate does not have to in- Rose of Britain, Countess Quinta-, nilla of Madrid, Mme. Arturo Lo-! pez-Willshaw of Paris, Mrs. Wil-! liam Randolph Hearst Jr. of New York, Mrs. Rex Harrison of London (film star Kay Kendall), Mrs. Thomas Bancroft Jr. of New? York, Mrs. Norman K, Winston of! New York and Paris, Mrs. Melj Ferrer (film star Audrey Hep-i burn, now living in Europe), Mrs.l Stanley Rumbough Jr. (Dina Mer- j rill, socialite-actress of New York), Mrs. David K. Bruce, wife of the U.S. ambassador to West Germany, and Mrs. Bruno Pagliai of Mexico (actress Merle Oberon). Below Middle Age More than two-thirds of the / Hot* "Easy" An , Easy Auto Payments? , — nujr add »p to touch vnart than you Ihink. StaU Farm's I "Bank Plan" for Auto Pinancinc may aav« jrott important money. •w, *«• m« (biut th» ft«l* f«f« herit rule* but should adopt its own. So they will ask Wednesday, Before the Senate is fully in business, that it adopt new rules. If j „ „, im they can win that point, they will j group are well below middle age, ask that Rule No. 22 be changed j most are American and nearly all before it's adopted. They reason:! are active in careers, sports or other interests. The fashion institute said it was decided to retire the previous constant winners to the permanent Unions Still Discriminate, Says NAACP NEW YORK (AP)-The National Assn. for the Advancement of Colored People has complained to the AFL-CIO that racial discrimination i* still practiced in unions. In a memorandum addressed to Boris Shiskin, director of the AFL- CIO Civil Rights Department, the NAACP charged that many unions still exclude Negroes or confine them to segregated locals. 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