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9.1963

THE MICHIGAN DAILY p

Senators Debate
Kennedy Pledge
OCan Safet

Labor Vote
Gives Edge
To, W/ilson
LONDON ()-Leftist Harold
Wilson was in the lead for elec-
tion as head of the British Labor
Party in the first-round balloting

CONGRESS FIGHT ENDS:
Attempts To Curb Filibuster Rule End

WASHINGTON (A)-Senate in- I yesterday but missed obtainingI

JOHN A. McCONE
. ..Senate meetings
OLE MISS:,
Beg i Trial
Of Barnett

NEW ORLEANS (JP)-The Fifth
United States Circuit Court of
Appeals opens a hearing today
on criminal contempt charges
against Mississippi G'ov. Ross Bar-
nett and Lt. Gov. Paul B. John-
son Jr.
Neither Barnett nor Johnson
has said whether he will appear at
the hearing-another outgrowth of
Mississippi's battle last fall to
maintain complete segregation at
the University of Mississippi.
Their attorneys seek dismissal
of the charges on a variety of
grounds-that the appeals court
doesn't have jurisdiction, that the
charge was improperly prepared
and that Barnett and Johnson
acted. as state officials, not as
individuals, and complied with
state law when they tried to block
James H. Meredith.
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vestigators refused yesterday to
accept the Kennedy administra-
tion's argument that the Soviet
threat in- Cuba is waning.
"We are going right on" with
an investigation of what the Rus-
sians are doing with men and
equipment still in Cuba, Sen. John
Stennis (D-Miss) said.
Stennis is chairman of an arm-
ed services preparedness subcom-
mittee which met for the second
time in two days with Central In-
telligence Director John A. Mc-
Cone.
To Begin Hearings
In the House, Rep. Armistead
Selden (D-Ala) announced his
subcommittee on inter-American
affairs will open hearings Feb. 18
on "the nature of the Castro-
Communist subversive apparatus"
in the Western hemisphere.
President John F. Kennedy not-
ed that there has been a reduction
of about 4,500 military personnel
since the removal of weapons. But
he said a different type of threat
exists now than at the time of the
crisis.
There still is a substantial body
of technicians and equipment in
the island, Kennedy explained.
No Offensive Weapons
Kennedy's expression of views
came at a press conference held
after pronouncements Wednesday
from Secretary of Defense Robert;
S. McNamara and McCone that
they are convinced no Soviet wea-
pons capable of offense are left
in Cuba.'
McNamara said he thought the
Cuban threat had lessened since'
last October's crisis. But a dra-
matic photographic display by Mc-
Namara and an Intelligence aide,
John T. Hughes, presented at a
televised news conference, failed
to convert various members of1
Congress of both parties to the
administration view.<
'Since the reported removal of.
the long-range missiles and bomb-
ers from Cuba, Stennis said that
he did not see any lessening of
the military threat.
No Evidence 3
He noted that there is no evi-
dence of continued withdrawalt
since about 5000 technicians went
home with the missiles and bomb-
ers and his group wants to know
"just why they (the Soviets) arel
continuing this unusual military
threat."
Kennedy noted that obviously if
offensive weapons were found in
Cuba, contrary to assurances from
Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrush-
chev, it would raise threats even
more serious than at the time of
the last crisis.
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the position that could make him
Britain's next prime minister.
Wilson's main opponent in the
election is George Brown, who was
the late Hugh Gaitskell's right-
leaning deputy and now is acting
party leader.
Wilson showed surprising
strength in the first round of vot-
ing in a three-man race but fell
GEORGE BROWN
y..Wi .trails Wilson
eight votes short of the required
major ity. He received 115 votes to
88 for Brown
James Callaghan, a middle-of-
the-roader, got ony 41 votes and
was eliminated from the runoff
under the party's voting system.
Wilson remained the strong iavor-
ite to lead the Labourites In the

WASHINGTON (M-)-Efforts to
tighten the Senate's rule for curb-
ing filibusters were smashed yes-
terday on two quick votes, ending
a battle that had tied up the Sen-
ate for four weeks.
The key test was on a motion
to limit debate on the question
of formally taking up a proposed
rules change. Supporters failed to
muster the two-thirds majority of
those voting required for approval.
They got 54 votes to their op-
ponents' 42. The attempt was 10
votes short.
Moments later, on a motion re-
quiring only a majority to carry,
the Senate voted 64 to 33 to ad-
journ. This parliamentary step
killed the rules fight by wiping out
a pending motion by Sen. Clin-

Anderson was seeking to per-
mit filibusters to be halted by
three-fifths of the Senators vot-
ing rather than the two-thirds'
majority now required.
The vote to adjourn means the
Senate will begin a new "legisla-
tive day" when it meets again on
Monday and can turn to other
matters. This is contrasted to re-
cessing, as the Senate has been
doing for the past four weeks from
day to day. A i2ecess carries the
pending business over.
Next week's Senate action prob-
ably will be confined to house-
keeping chores, sach as assigning
funds for committees and sub-
committees.
Although backers of the rules
change failed to muster the two-

thirds majority to limit debate on
Anderson's motion.they tok com-
fort in getting a simple majority.
They had said beforehand that a'
vote would show that over half
of the 100 Senators favored a
change in the rules.
Several Democrats who voted for
the debate-limiting move.offered
by Democratic leader Mike Mans-
field (D-Mont) as a showdown
test, also voted for his motion to
adjourn. The leadership is gener-
ally considered to have the per-
rogative to decide when the Senate
should meet.

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next general election. But Brown's ture time have to ask Congress tc
supporters remained confident end increase the interest limit on long-
;were counting on picking up votes term government bonds, now foo
that had been given to Callaghan. and one-fourth per cent.
The runoff balloting will je se- But Dillon insisted he does no
cret, with results announced next now see any necessity for such
Thursday. action this year and does not in-
Under the party's voting sys- tend to ask for it when the need
tem in a contest with more than is, as he called it, hypothetical.
two candidates, the winner on the As for the debt ceiling, Dillor
first ballot must get at least 51 said it is obvious an increase wil
per cent of the votes cast. If he be needed, but "it hasn't beer
fails to do so, another ballot has figured out completely, though thi,
to be held, with the third man is not too difficult.
dropping out. Rep. John W. Byrnes (R-Wisc)
The votes were cast during the suggested the $320 billion figure
past week by the 249 Labor mem- and Dillon said that would prob-
bers of Parliament and the ballot ably be correct within a range of
box opened ltas night. $5 billion either way.
World News Roundup
By The Associated Press health message to Congress or
LANSING - Speaker of the programs that would cost $1.6
House Allison Green (R-Kingston) billion in fiscal 1964 reserved spe-
yesterday appointed Rep. William cific proposals for the controver-
Doorn (R-Grand Rapids) to the sial health care for the elderly
House Committee on Ways and under the Social Security pro-
Means. Doom, a strong backer of gram.
Gov. Romney, was picked to pro-
vide western Michigan with rep- CAPE CANAVERAL-The ad.
resentation on the committee, vanced A3 model of the Polaris
Greene announced. Doom replaces submarine missile scored its first
Rep. Rollo Conlin (R-Tipton). success in seven test launchings
* * * yesterday on an 1800-mile strke
WASHINGTON-President John down the Atlantic tracking range,
F. Kennedy asked yesterday for ., * *
broad new federal powers to police BERLIN - The Red regime of
drugs, cosmetics, health devices East Germany, plagued by food
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