The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 15, 1959 · Page 16
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 16

Austin, Minnesota
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Thursday, January 15, 1959
Page 16
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AUSTIN (Minn.) HtRAlD Thursday, Jan. 15, '5 ASSAILS RUSSIAN PROPOSALS — Secretary of State John Foster Dulles at news conference in Washington, D. C, branded as brutal anc srupid the Russian propos sals for a German peace treaty. He said they woulc run the risk of plunging Europe into a new war. (NEA Telephoto) New Housing Boss Steps Into Middle of Fight WASHINGTON' (AP)-Presiden Eisenhower's new housing boss Norman P. Mason, will step squarely into the middle of a first-class row shaping up between Congress and the administration He says he doesn't mind at all. Mason told a reporter today that "anyone with a little fighting spirit and red blood in his veins" should welcome the give nnd take that goes with presenting a controversial program to a critical Congress. That's the way democracy works, he said. The controversy in this case; the extent of government housing programs under Eisenhower's efforts to hold, down spending. Democratic critics have proposed more spending for Housing. Win Change Offices Mason, now head of the Federal Housing Administration, was nominated by Eisenhower to head the parent Housing and Home Finance Agency. Tiie 62-year-old Massachusetts Republican will change offices as soon as the Senate confirms his nomination. The top HHFA post is being vacated by Albert M. Cole, who made it plain to newsmen he won't be at all sad to miss this year'i give and take on Capitol Hill. ' Cole will become an aluminum company executive. Stepping into a hot spot" is a repetition of history in Mason's case. He left his lumber business in North Chelmsford, Mass., in 1954 and took over at FHA after his predecessor was bounced. Pick Up Pieces Mason's assignment was to pick up the pieces after Congress turned up evidence that FHA did little to stop chiseling by some borne improvement firms or to recover excess profits from builders of apartment project* who obtained loans for more than the projects cost. The pieces were picked up. Small, stout and now gray, Mason was born in WillsboroJ N.Y., Dec. 24, 1896, The family: moved to Pittsburgh, N.Y., 14! yean later, when his father' set j up a lumber and hardware business there. Signed With Navy Mason worked in the hardware store, signed on with the Navy in' World War I, and married Helen! Proctor, daughter of a North ! Chelmsford lumber dealer. When his father died in 1923, Mason liquidated the Pittsburgh business and joined the William P. Proctor Lumber Co. in North Chelmsford. He was executive officer and treasurer of the Proctor firm for many years and was twice elected president of the National Retail Lumber Deal-! ers Assn. I The Masons have a son and a! daughter, both married, and four! grandsons. The son, David, now' owns the Proctor firm. LIFT SECRECV DBS MOINES (Si — Senate Republicans met in caucus Tuesday; and re-emphasized the need to lift •' •ecrecy from committee sessions. Sen. 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