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Mansfield to Go Slow
On Race Issue Laws
■r the AuocUted Preu
Senate Democratic Leader '
Mansfield said yesterday Presi
dent-elect John F. Kennedy
should have ample opportunity
to act in the civil rights field
before Congress considers new
legislation.
The Montana Senator said
in an interview it is his belief
that Mr. Kennedy plans execu
tive action far beyond any
President Eisenhower has taken
under existing law.
*'l anticipate on the basis
of his campaign statement that
the new President will operate
that way,” Senator Mansfield
said. "His success or lack of
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success with executive orders
probably will determine whether
he makeg any new recommend
ations to Congress.”
The Democratic leader said
he feels his party came
through a session-opening dis
pute over changing the Sen
ate’s filibuster, rule without
suffering any lasting political
wounds.
Rules Changes to Committee
Southern' Democratic oppo
nents of civil rights legislation
joined with Westerners and
some Republicans in a 50-46
vote sending proposed rules
changes to the Rules Commit-
tee which Senator Mansfield
heads. So far as he knows.
Senator Mansfield said, this
left no lasting Democratic
scars.
I think we are now in an
extremely good portion to go
ahead with the passage of the
. Kennedy legislative program,”
. Senator Mansfield said.
The Democratic leader said
i neither Mr; Kennedy nor Vice
, President-elect Johnson took
; any part in maneuvering over
the rules change. He said he
' himself asked no other Sen
[ ator to support his move to
send the proposals to commit
tee.
The present rule permits the
’ Senate to curb debate only if 1
i two-thirds of those voting
I agree to do so. Alternate pro- i
I posals sent to the Rules Com
i mittee would have changed the :
majority required to three- I
fifths or to one-half of those
voting.
Chance of Debate Later
Sen. Mansfield promised the
Senate it will have an oppor
tunity later in the session to
argue the rules change pro
posals. He said he will have
hearings in the Rules Commit
tee, try to get a measure out of
that group and then ask the
Democratic Policy Committee
to clear it for Senate consid
eration.
If it gets to the Senate, the
rules proposals is almost cer
tain to spark a Southern Dem
ocratic filibuster. Talk could
be ended only if two-thirds of
those voting favored such
action.
Because of this. Senator
Mansfield is not 'expected to
hurry. He wants major items
of the Kennedy program
passed, the regular money bills
approved and such issues as
foreign aid disposed of before
the Senate debates its rules
again.
If Senators are willing to
stay around in the summer
months to tackle the problem,
Senator Mansfield would be
likely to let his assistant. Sen
ator Humphrey of Minnesota,
an ardent rules change propo
nent, carry the ball.
'Y' Courses to Start
The District’s Central YMCA
Branch is beginning a series of
13 courses this week, ranging
from dancing and drawing to
writing and reading. They will
all be taught at the Central
Branch, 1736 O street N.W. i
t
Pakistan President
111 in Yugoslavia
BELGRADE, Yugoslavia, Jan.
14 (AP) .—Pakistan’s Presi
dent Mohammed Ayub Khan
has been taken ill while on a
visit to Yugoslavia, the Tan
jug news agency announced to
day. His physicjan ordered him
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unknown Yugoslav soldier’s
tomb at Avala on behalf of his
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