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   Salina Journal (Newspaper) - August 9, 1960, Salina, Kansas                                Democrats Cry Politics At New GOP Rights Move Slap Down First Effort FIVE CENTS THE HOME EDITION SALINA JOURNAL 89th YEAR No 222 SALINA KANSAS TUESDAY AUGUST 9 1960 12 Pages WASHINGTON Aug 9 Democrats j today slapped down a Republican move to pass a civil jrights hill at the present bobtail session of Congress i They accused the Republicans of playing politics and of trying to scuttle other legislation The battle came to a smashing climax shortly after it had been opened by Republican leader Ev erett M Dirksen of Illinois with the introduction of a twopoint It civil rights bill urged by Presij MORUSC liQil dent Eisenhower i Sen Josiph S Clark DPa a CAV leading advocate of civil rights lUl IRC imoved to table and thus kill vvAQHivrrf Dirksens bill before it even had a1 A i ichance to be placed on the howers legislative program by ate calendar The Senate approved the mo tion The roll callvote was 5423 Dirksen said that in offering ithe bill he was not trying to em barrass anybody but rather was Wing to carry out a iwkiafva program i 0lBe conference that he will in itroduce immediately a bill to car every possible means including offering his proposals as riders toj brought up by Democrats j i Everett M Dirksen of IIi floor also out Eisenhowers two civil proposals that were omitted the civil rights legislation earlier this R N IRIDani 3 daughter of Mrs Marjorie Freeman 211 through the rain under the protection a i He told the Senate that his move was entirely free from apolitical or partisan considera1 jtions But Democrats saw it different ly They called it political and in isisted it was designed to embarl could rass them by pointing up the splitiH between between Northern Southern and Democrats ocrats over the civil rights the C1YJ rights isue i Nixon There 2Day Rain Measures 399 Inches Here A Commission Dirksens bill would have set up Vlc Salina received more welcome rain Tuesday morn inches on top of the 289 inches that felllcompanied the rains were Sunday night and Monday morning The new moisture was doubly Rainfall amounts Monday and iivrr J4lvi3lUitT WCL5 UOUDly welcome since it came down nundreds of trees brok Jy and without the wind and hail6 ajld sphered by the wind that inflicted heavy damage in Salina Sunday night It brought cooler tempera tures too in the high early Tuesday afternoon Nearly every area in Central Richard M Nix a commission to try to end Republican presidential discrimination in government aended the breakfast tract emplovment and would Wlth Eisenhower The provided aid for schools lng nearly hvo hcurs ing with the Supreme Courts de fuerward went back segregation program Kouse Sen Richard B Russell told newsmen the dis called Dirksens move a cntered Primarily on the political byplay Presidents legislative program Russell earlier served notice he fbUt ako touched on Politics and me rams were exis prepared to use everV jpected to continue through Wedmentary m the arsenal that entered Jnesdav If they expect to accomolish the general discussion right Tuesday at were J nesday Rainfall reports included Jerome 233 Oakley 124 AlJaster 139 Garden City Me If they expect to accomplish anything else he said of sponi g the Une and that the leSis of civil rights legislation latlve leaders rather the PrPlfVTlf titA ft 4U sors they other area points BeUefont 115 Ness city us bring it up 93 Center The 80 Goodland trace Hili 17 Abilene mercury ansans M PriAinf Presdent RIPPED from Santa will be laid Journal Photo Avenue by Brown and Brown workmen New asphalt paring Neither Mud Nor Rain NorDarJcOfNighf1 Can Stop Salina Construction Work In spite of mud and the threat of more rain con the talkingjtractors were working Tuesday on three jobs of inter In addition to Nixon and Dirk sen those attending the meeting CSt tO Salinans Under the area people of were Sen Thruston B Morton ofjnumber of sidewalk iBrown and Brown workers were at r overnight Kentucky chairman of the Repii WASHINGTON 5428lican National Committee by which the Senate Thomas H Kuchel of Calil 1 thus killed jthe assistant GOP Senate The moisture was every farm crop a boon to i weather stations the rain I day morning was the first bene fi IKan scooping up b r i c k s in the 100 Fe the first m the resurfacing of Santa Brown and Brown would offer no assistance Ive no idea said Harold IFe from Walnut to Ash He said the brick removal would i be continued straight through Lt Pierce To Head Turnpikes Southern Division Highway Patrol Lt Dale Pierce J2156 Edward has been appointed when the river was up is being I to take charge of the patrols repaired and the settling basin is southern division on the Kansas being cleaned If water stored Turnpike wont take care of the need while the river is shut off the depart ment will switch to wells Start Destruction The Rohrer company which holds contract to tear down build The divisions present com mander Lt James Martin will be transferred to Salina The appointments are effective next S Invpc tiipir iasphalt resurfacing will be nn u i on ls rom to the Kan icf All Republican Senators The rain may have ended for1 moistUre since the middle the timabeing at Salina The weather bureau forecast clearing at Salina by Tuesday night i Salina Tuesday had shaken off Kfllfl some of the afflictions produced by Sunday nights storm j JJACI A f 11 Kansas Power and Light Com FlOSI Ul 31918 pany reported service restored in all parts of the city Detailed forecast on Page 2 Damages to homes still were Tuesday Aug being assessed and repaired cleanup of tree limbs and storm to S 1 eentdftermin atout oo atxJt S3000 Claims fifed by owners of storminsuretl homes totaled nearly bat many others are expected The rains generally were 3U SGCtionS exceP the the northeast the Weather Bureau said many of the west received ben showers showers were expected to end in Kansas by this after Lumumba Shouts Invasion Threat Another Story on Page 2 LEOPOLDVILLE the Congo Aug 9 Premier Patrice Lumumba said today his Congo army and soldiers of other African nations wiS mvade Katanga province to free it from the Belgians The whole government will to Katanga and if the Belgiansvast ccntral African nation will shoot we will be happy to The government also ordered i die for the country LumumbaBaron Jean Van Bosch head told a news conference Some 40ipf the Bclgan diplomatic mission Congolese present applauded to quit the coun wildly The Premier refused to discuss the move on Katanga further try before noon Lumumba said he has given all power to the Congo army the AUl tlltt Ci4 HIV Katanga officials who went tojForce and its new the United States for the United commander Gen Victor Lundula Nations Security Council debate Ito order in the country said their 4000 native soldiers The armV will arrest anybody 111 11 VO nnl J could handle any Lumumba sent Emergency A few hours before Lurraimbas i black or white who disturbs or der m the Congo the Premier declared news confwMiM ht n Could cause serious news coniercnce nis governmentdifficulties b declared a state of emergency i soldiers and throughout the Congo and ordered j trying to maintain order in the immedwle closing of Belof the Congos provinces excep giumi sevoa consulates la the dissident Katanga of the Smoky Hill River at Elm Street where the company is building a new bridge Employes of the John Rohrer Brown said his men would be working 16hour days on the job Construction Industries had iin v V i MOC is irom impc will be done ned in the downtown area began i sas0klahoma line demolition Monday in the 100 block of North 5th The company hasnt anounced Contracting Company Kansas buijt structures to pinch the river Here Since February Lt Pierce has been stationed City were tearing out the oldjinto a narrow stream at Elm I block of N 8th south of the War garage building north of the Plantistreet Sunday nights torrents ren Hotel jers State Bank parking lot wherewPed the structure out and also j LVIVC nai uccu siaiioiieu where demolition will begin next j in Salina since February He has But one city oficial said the combeen in charge of drivers pany probably would start tear1 examinations for patrol districts ing out the dwellings in the 100 i 2 and 3 Brown and Browns start Santa Fe resurfacing heightened a city parking lot will be built Claimed two pumps the company completed around Dec i Brown and Browns start on was at the site Theyre interest in the Chamber of Com merces sidewalk superintendent contest Guessing Game was using at the site Theyre somewhere in the river j City Manager Lcland Srack said the company would be given some heip in controll ing the water Salina merchants are offering I prizesthe top one SlOOto the lllliam Auchard Army Corps persons who guess closest to theof EnSneers area engineer was I day hour minute and second theito shut off the river at India Rock Santa Fe job is completed iPark Tuesday diverting its flow The deadline for entering thento the east cutoff channel contest is 24 hours before thei The city water department plan Pierce has been in the highway Three of the five lots are to be 14 years He was stationed j at Newton Liberal and Medicine Lodge before coming here Hes been a lieutenant since January He is married and has a son Kenny 14 During World War 2 he was a captain in the Air Force and piloted a B17 in the European Theater Dear Sal If Santa Fe Avenue looks like a bulldozer hit it thats exactly what happened Yours Ina completion So any person who knows when the job will be com pleted knows the deadline and is a lucky person Stock Trade j DETROIT Stores ned to make use of the cooler inc weather when water demand low to improve its facilities The dam damaged by logsery Co of Liberal Kan In Patrol Since 1M7 Lt Martin has been in the patrol since 1947 He is a native of JSiemaha County Kansas He stock trade by j served in the Navy from 1937 to all the stock 11944 and was in the Pacific war j wnicn it will acquire all the stock 11944 and was in t j of the Blakemore Brothers Grocj theater two years I PFV ftf T LTtn TT i Russians Claim Powers Pleads Guilty To Spying X i ft TWV He served at Wellington and Lawrence before going to the turn pike unit in 1956 He helped train the first troopers for turnpike duty Lt Martin and his wife have two sons Edward and James and a daughter Marie They have been living at Derby MOSCOW Aug 9 Gary Powers haslocation of rocket bases airfields pleaded guilty to the substance of the charge network and ether highly he spied on the Soviet Union in his U2 plane the defense and industrial agency Tags said today objectives of the USSR In Washington the State Depkd plane in fte Urals May M Tass said Powcrs is accused un parlmcnt had no comment on the waYep0rted to total about Iaw on criminal re Tass report j words jsponsibilities for state crimes i Powers father Oliver W Pow TaSs Sad the indictment crime of which the Pound ers of Pound Va told a reporter by thc state security Vaflier is accused carries a Ideas the report couldmean anvthinc approved July ally ranging from seven years Modern business requires team or practically nothin y man Rudcnko USSR impnsonment to death by shootj work between labormanagement prosecutor general ing Editorial Pg 4 TODAYS JOURNAL HELPS YOU can hoar anything in the world he said Powers and his wife were Aggressive Policy The indictment notes Tass that it has been said T ln Folks Today Column Pg 7 Births Pg 7 Parties Clubs designed to conduct espionage1 have credit in Social piane came igainst the USSR and based at y y Pg 4 s E Ash fnd stormwrecked tree in Oakdale School yard just riht for danng climbing and balancing act Journal Photo   

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