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Albert Lea Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - January 17, 1966, Albert Lea, Minnesota Local temperatures maximum yesterday .12 minimum yesterday. 9 at 8 a. In. Today .-12 at i p. In. Today. 0 Sun Rise tuesday 7 47. Sun set 5 00. Evening Tribune vol. Lxvii a no. 14 foil lease wire new report on the associated press daily and sunday member newspaper Enterprise ass Ocio Ion Ana audit Bureau of circulation twelve pages to cents ., 6 Southern states clash Over voting rights Bill eight hours for hearing the Case which South Carolina brought directly in the supreme court instead of going through the lower Federal courts. Arguments Are expected to continue at least through tuesday. David w. Robinson ii special Consel for South Carolina was expected to contend that the voting rights act is not an appropriate Means of enforcing the 15th amendment which bars discrimination against voters and gives Congress the Power to enact appropriate enforcement legislation. The six states also contend that the act makes a finding of past discrimination with no judicial proceedings and that its application by a mathematical formula to a handful of states a Alaska Arizona and the seven in the South a insidiously sets them apart from other states. A. G. Bush official of 3m, 78, Dies Troops ordered to cease fire Hitchhiker a a Pooch found by a Paratrooper hitches a ride in his benefactors shirt during combined american australian assault on the communist a Iron Triangle North of Saigon. 2 Jets collide refuelling Over Spain 15 injured in Rock Island derailment Minneola Kan. A Vera Padelford 47, Austin Minn., was among three passengers a admitted to a Hospital for observation and treatment after the wreck of a Rock Island passenger train sunday. The last six cars of the westbound 15-car train jumped the tracks. Fifteen persons were treated at a Hospital for cuts bruises or sprains. The train was Enro Ute from Chicago to los Angeles. Sheriff Glen both said three pullmans a club car the diner and a chair car were derailed. I he said another chair car did not leave the tracks. One of the cars overturned. Minimum wage hike faces fight Washington a a proposed 25-cent increase in the present $1.25 minimum wage level again is expected to spark a fight in the House. Last session the House education and labor committee voted a 50-cent increase but the measure failed to get to the floor. A late attempt to rally support for a $1.50 minimum wage failed to Clear the committee. Hopkins woman die in crashes by the associated press j a Minneapolis Man was killed shortly before Midnight sunday i when a car hit a Utility pole and a Hopkins woman died sunday of earlier Accident injuries raising Minnesota a Highway death toll for the year to 20, compared with 31 through this Date a year ago. Loren Richard Carling 43, Minneapolis was a passenger in a car that hit a Utility pole along Hennepin county Road 4, in Eden Prairie. Carling was a passenger in a car driven by Daniel e. Reed 35. Reed and two other passengers were treated for injuries and released. Mrs. Margaret Miska 46, Hopkins died sunday in an Aitkin Minn., Hospital of injuries suffered in a car train crash near Deerwood Minn. Her husband James 52, was killed in the Accident wednesday. Court rules out City Park for Whites Only Washington apr the supreme court today barred racial segregation in a Macon ga., Park which was willed in 1911 for the use of Whites Only. The tribunal found the City a a entwined in the Parks operation. Justice William 0. Douglas speaking for the court majority in a 6-3 decision said that if municipality despite appointment of private trustees a remains entwined in the management or control of the Park it remains subject to the restraints of the 14th amendment of the Constitution. Counsel for the National association for the advancement of coloured people argued before the High court that the Park is so much a part of the Community life that exclusion of be Gores would violate the equal Protection clause of the constitutions 14th amendment. In a dissenting opinion Justice John m. Harlan objected that the decision a opens the door to reversal of Basic constitutional carried i out logically he said it could 1 jeopardize the existence of denominational schools. Potentially he said a every College Entrance rejection letter could become a 14th amendment question. Douglas said that if the maker of a will wanted to leave a school or a Center for use of one race Only and in no Way implicated the state in its supervision control or management the supreme court could assume for purposes of argument that no constitutional difficulty would be encountered. Forecast Minnesota considerable cloudiness and Little change in temperature tonight with occasional Light Snow or Snow flurries mostly East and Central continuing Southeast tuesday Forenoon becoming partly Cloudy Northwest tonight and Over state by late tuesday not quite so cold Low tonight Zero to 15 below High tuesday Zero to 15 above. Iowa partly Cloudy to Cloudy tonight and tuesday occasional Snow North tonight and tuesday warmer Northwest tonight and Over state tuesday Low tonight near Zero High tuesday 20s. J elect directors Wahpeton . Apr six directors were elected at the annual Southern red River Valley sugar beet corporation meeting saturday. Derailed a six cars of the Rock Island lines Golden state limited train from Chicago to los Angeles de railed near Minneola Kan. The trains 143 passengers were moved by bus to catch another train. A wire photo

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