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Long Beach Independent Press Telegram (Newspaper) - September 13, 1959, Long Beach, CaliforniaSolons recess after 15 hours continued from Pace a 1 pictorial reminder school starts in most cities across the nation monday and police have started All out campaigns to save school children from Auto pedestrian accidents. Nobody wants an x behind Patrick Jennings Oakland calif., to Mark another statistic. Last year. 4.62b California children under 10 were injured. Above Patrick shows How not to Cross the a War photo Senate voted to expunge their remarks from the record the flare up occurred lust before sen styles Bridget or no chairman of the sen a ate gop policy commit fee won adoption of an Amend Ament earmarking 50 million dollars of defence economic support funds for spam he did so Over the oppo a upon of Fulbright foreign relations committee chairman by a Roll Call vote of 9 to 38 Dodd called it it Dot at Fulbright had raised a Point iof order against a provision to Aid this Al against com mums Fulbright retorted by asking Dodd if he Dodd was retained by Guatemala when he offered an amendment a member of the House to earmark five million dollars for % record of 86th Congress legislation reviewed As session nears Windup Washington up a status of Maior legislation As the first session of the 86th Congress nears adjournment pending pollution Senate and House passed conflicting versions setting up an $80.000,000. 10-year program to help municipalities fight River pollution with new sewage facilities. Conferees from both Chambers seeking Compromise. Bonds Senate and House passed different versions authorizing Treasury to raise interest rates on some government Bonds to make them More scalable. Conferees working on Compromise. Passports House passed Bill authorizing denial of passports to communists and restricting travel of americans to nations where their presence might impair foreign relations. Senate action Uncertain. Foreign aids Senate opened Debaie saturday on House passed $3,218,813,000 Mutual Security appropriation. Schools Senate education and committee approved $500,000,000 Bill to and school construction. No action expected this year racial rights postponed until next year in both houses. Leaders Hope to pass Resolution extending life of civil rights commission. States rights Senate action doubtful on House passed Hill providing that state Laws in a Field where Congress has acted including sedition Are enforceable unless Federal Law specifically claims exemption. Would overturn supreme court decision criminals Senate postponed until i960 action on House passed Hill providing that confessions shall not he admissible As evidence solely because of a Delav in prisoners arraignment. Would overturn supreme court edict. Elections both houses delayed until next year action on Hill revising the election Laws governing Campaign contributions and spending. Recession House shelved Senate passed Hill pro Viding Federal Loans and Grants to economically de pressed areas minimum wage action delayed until next Vear on Hill to raise a an hour minimum wage to $1.25 social Security action delayed until i960 on Hill to allow professional self employed $2,.500-a Vear tax deductions to set up voluntary pension plans major Bills passed billion Dollar plus Public works appropriation to finance flood control and water development projects passed Over presidential veto billion Dollar omnibus housing program passed after presidential veto of two previous measures raising 3-conts-a-gallon Federal gasoline tax to 4 rents for 21-month period effective oct i to finance interstate Highway projects. Extending for two years the $1,410,000,000 overseas surplus food disposal program also gives Secretary of agriculture discretionary authority to provide needy americans with foods through free stamp plan. I Abor Union Reform and anti racketeering. Increasing non service connected pensions of world War ii and korean veterans and their survivors admitting Hawaii to statehood authori7,ing Tennessee Valier authority to Issue Revenue Bonds to finance own Power project extending Serviceman and doctor draft and also the 1 Universal military training i a. Taxing income of life insurance companies raising temporary and permanent National debt ceilings. Extending present corporation and excise taxes one year. Giving Federal Trade commission stronger Powers to enforce cease and desist orders extending Airport act two vear1 and authorizing $126,000.000 in Federal Grants to states on 50 50 Matching basis. Exempting news Type to radio programs from Federal communications commission a a equal time requirement for political candidates barring state and local government1 from levying taxes on out of state corporations which merely solicit orders in taxing state. Authorizing $485.300.000 for Man in spare projects major Bills vetoed by or Sidi m 7v�.o omm bus housing Bills which president called Tiv at to budget. Smaller Hill finally passed restoring authority of Rural electrification admins Trator to approve or disapprove Loans without super vision of Secretary of agriculture the $1,206,748,549 Public work program a ailed pork barrel legislation which contained projects president opposed Congress passed $1,185,309,093 substitute Over second veto. Raising government wheal Price supports ind or during planting allotments stabilizing and protecting level of tobacco Pree Ruu ports and limiting crop Loans to $50,000. That country in another Hill Dodd who was a registered representative of the Guatemala government after he left the House hotly replied in the negative. But the big Battle started on civil rights the Extension measure was offered As an amendment to the same foreign Aid Money Bill and ran into a Point of order by sen Richard b Russell a a. When it was sustained chairman Carl has Den a Ariz of the Senate a prop actions committee moved to suspend the rules on which a vote May come monday. It would require the votes of two thirds of the senators present and voting. The leadership hop 1 to get a final vote in time to permit an adjournment monday sen. Kenneth b Keating Rny began a a Veech about ight minutes before Midnight saturday. He said it would take him about an hour to deliver it if he had no interruptions sen Wayne Morse d Ore it who has been doing his be to slow Down the congressional adjournment drive asked Johnson it he would consider adjourning at tha Point until monday. Johnson m of no in mediate reply and who Moise a ked if he had heard Nim he said he had but did not wish to make any reply Morse said he would be willing to listen to the introduction of Keating s Spee b before suggesting the absence of quorum. Onh about a dozen senators were in the chamber at the time soon after Keating began to speech John on got up and moved that the Senate Edo us until 9 a m Mon Day $ l Al h r i in Ress approved a Compromise Bill to increase interest rates on government savings Bond held by 40 Mil lion persons the measure allows the Treasury to increase interest rates on set t ies i and a a savings Bonds to a ceiling n 44 p0 cent. The current rat at 3 26 pc cent the Treasury plans to boost the rate to 3 a per cent roads of the two series held by investors total about 42 billion dollars. From the administration a viewpoint the legislation we to. Nelv a step in the right direr Tion. Senators Truman blasts gop Nikita to management of nation # Kansas City to. L pm Are up against just such a sit Wolt str a former president Harry station As we Are faced with Truman saturday night As now a Truman declared sailed the Republican Man i continued from paper Al a t of or nation s i Truman urged Harmony any invitation to address nanri3 affairs its Arm pro m the democratic part and Gram and the a shocking Cash sad we must avoid a dead son Richard t neb err to kid Conven on nex Voad Ore said saturday that addressing a banquet of Jority of Cwi Gress As Man any i politeness or rudeness the Midwest democratic con afield to thwart the will of the to Khrushchev by Congress Ference the former chief sex people and impose the will of men could have repercussions Ccu Tive also charged that the a minority upon the people when president Eisenhower Nahola a this is the fact and this much Over $300 billion in Etc the truth a a a 4 a v s a return visit to Russia a a. �900 a us l Stead of the $290 billion How the people of the United live on the Beach at the Huntington hotel of a Block Long 1290 i. 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M states Are being hoodwinked a the monetary capital of and Defeated by the shameful of i Berger deplored this country has been moved use and in fact shocking what he said was an oses from Washington Back to abuse of the presidential Sion or a mama on the part Wall Truman told veto of certain senators about the the delegates of the a Staie a in the a r of an expand visit and urged them to get run Fernr e me a Nam Back their perspectives Quot a a Zzz. 3&Quot exploding population this let us not expose our Franklin Roosevelt and won t do administration his president to embarrassment i spent 20 years putting it in vetoed the nation into a lot or insults in Russia by rude Washington where it belongs of trouble for now and in the conduct on our part to or. Just As Woodrow Wilson did future Truman concluded Khrushchev in the untied when he was president and 4�?~ states. 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