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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 February 1961

>c It 'c U \t !C iC iC iC 9c m 9c Of 3c l3c 19* :|j :: PRESENTING | parents arc Mr. and Mrs. Harold [ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas MUford Meador of Maydelle and Mr : Jones of Houston announce the j and Mrs. Eldon Jones of Angle- ton are paternal grandparents. arrival of their son, Thomas Milford, Jr., born January 29th in (lie Polly Ryan Hospital at Richmond. He weighed eight lhs. t(n ounces. He also has a i-tcr, Diane. Maternal grand- —O no law There is no Jaw requiring Justices of the Supreme Court to be lawyers. Libel is written abuse. CHEROKEE RUSK, TEXAS OPEN DAILY 1:00 P.M. SATURDAY FEATURE NO 1: ONLY, FEBRUARY 18 FEATURE NO 2: /h, >1U-T/ME t~ Tátí., JOHNNY NASH , BSTtl.l.E HEMSLEY COLOR CARTOON — "CANDY CABARET" SATURDAY PREVUE 11:15 P.M. SUNDAY AND MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 19, & 20 NOW, FEAR POSSESSED HER AS LOVE ONCE HAD/ 1- m •v DORIS DAY- REX HARRISON JOHN GAVIN m tattman COLOR MYRNA LOY RODDY McDOWALL COLOR CARTOON — "CAT CONCERTO" — NEWS TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 February 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT FEBRUARY 16, 1961 Rushees Attend Meeting Monday Two rushees wore welcomed Monday night at a regular meet ing of the Omirron (¡anima Chapter of Beta Sii'ina i'lii, in the home of Mrs. Lulu Sum mors. President Mary .lane Hin- ton presided, and welcomed Mrs. Sonja Clayton and Mrs. Faye Kennard. Routine business reports were given during the busin< s sess ion. It was followed by a program on Literature, interest indy given by Mrs. Madeleine Mor gan. "Heading is the best mark ed out avenue lo the land ol pleasure", said the speaker quoting Leal A lleadlcy. Hot doughnuts «and coffee were served by the hostess to Mnxvs. I Tiritón, Clayton, Ken nard, Morgan, Sue Kyle, Sally ■Ionian Kli/abeth Davis, I'atsy I'ruitt and Freda liatcliff. O To I.cave For Naval Duty At Galveston liobert Watson of this city will leave to join the Navy Friday. He is lo report f.ir duly at (¡alv'ston the i ir-,t 45 days. Hubert is a graduate of Husk High School and attended Step lien F. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 February 1961

a lee Lir Ml, The Cherokeean Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS GOBBLER BUSINESS COSTLY Turkeys, All Sizes, Big Eaters Rusk Guardsmen Stand By For Statewide Test Alert Holidays probably wouldn't lie the same in thousands of homes without Hex Butler and the tons oí turkey he puts on the national market each year. This year, for example, the Thanksgiving fare would be turkcylcss on 40,000 tables. Some folks have called But- ler the largest individual pro- ducer of turkeys in Texas. He can tell you he's in a del:cate luí mess, and it's interesting to hear him tell about what it's like to have 12,000 young birds at a time — all fragile little creatures look to him every few hours for food, water and protection from disease. Now Butler wades through a sea of baby turkeys several times a day. He enters one of his two houses and it's as if the mother bird had just come back to her nest—only magni- fied several thousand times. In each building, Butler steps ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 February 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT FEBRUARY 16, 1961 Rushees Attend Meeting Monday Two rushecs were welcomed Monday night at a regular meet- ing of the Omieron (¡anima Chapter of Beta Sigma I'hi, in the home of Mrs. Lulu Sum- mers. President Mary .lane Hire ton presided, and welcomed Mrs. Sonja Clayton and Mrs. Fayc Kennard. Routine business reports were given during the business sess- ion. It was followed by a program on Literature, interestingly given by Mrs. Madeleine Mor gan. "Heading is the best mark ed out avenue to the land of pleasure", said the speaker quoting Leal A. Head Icy. Hot doughnuts find coffee were served by the hostess to Mows. Ilinion, Clayton, Ken- nard. Morgan, Sue Kyle, Sally Jordan, Kli/.abeth Davis, I'atsy I'ruitt and Freda Ilatcliff. -O \ To Leave For Naval Duty At Galveston Robert Watson of this eily will leave to join the Navy Friday, lie is to report fir duty at Galveston tlx- first 4f> days. Robert is a gradúale of Rusk lli:;h School and attended Step hen F....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 February 1961

a lee Lir Ml. The Cherokeean • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS ¥ EDITORIALS GOBBLER BUSINESS COSTLY Turkeys, All Sizes, Big Eaters Rusk Guardsmen Stand By For Statewide Test Alert Holidays probably wouldn't ho Hie same in thousands of homos without Ilex Butler and the Ions of turkey he puts on the national market each year. This year, for example, the Thanksgiving fare would be turkey less on 40,000 tables. Some folks have called But- ler the largest individual pro- dueer of turkeys in Texas. He can tell you he's in a delicate business, and it's interesting to hear him tell about what it's like to have 12,000 young birds at a time — all fragile little creatures took to him every lew hours for food, water and protection from disease. Now Butler wades through a sea of baby turkeys several times a day. He enters one of his two houses and it's as if the mother bird had just come back to her nest—only magni- fied several thousand times. In each building, Butler ste...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 February 1961

REMEMBER • •. • • A Family That Prays Together, Stays Together ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY YOU! As a church member, eyes of the worid are" focused on you. "Ye are witnesses*" Your words and your actions can and do Influence others. Be a good witness, attend church regularly, study God's word so. I."That ye would walk worthy of God, who hath called you unto his kingdom and glory.*9 « *¿\ U- > &- Bp# ú r, a • H Rplfv'jM i A*':./ % Í, %'Wk'- y2w\ JPJ1"' fó'.'r? ;c ■4k £..'ij 4 jw é« <& I Tfie fliurfti k God's appointed ogenty fn fWs WorM for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and of His demand for man to respond to that love by loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in the love of God, no government or society or way of lift will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from a selfish point of view, one should support the Church for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family. Beyond that, however, every pe...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 February 1961

I They ami |>r and other inter- ling is ■except-' jtli :i>;< 1 I In free. | • dono ¡I r i i J * e f I r SI i, Jr. hc S & St. >thers ►me foxas ;r, Jr. I Insurance ¡lie, Texifs t < í 1 ■ . i I ■i r f i Ic i - ;mier "exas vestock urday acksonville ic Cch ion— fee "exas tí I I I I I I |. Ready- rete hway Texas idio & ice sk T ?«(!', r*Ko son tlvo! Cherokee County Church Directory THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 16, 1961 PAGE THREE Rusk and Area Churches Jacksonville and Surr ounding Area Churches ftr I I h ASSEMBLY OF GOD Pastor: Rev. J. C. Durham Wednesday Prayer Meeting W.M.C. Friday — 2 p.m. Morning Worship — 11 a.m., unday C. A. Service—7 p.m., Sunday Evening Worship—7:30 p.m., kind ay FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lonnle H. Webb, pastor SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School—fl:45 a.m. Morning Worship—11:00 a.m. Training Union—6:30 p.m. Evening Worship—7:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship—8:30 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting— :15 Choir Practice—8:00 p.m. ¡ALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Wayne C. Morr...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 February 1961

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL • TRADE A 1 CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE Cherokee County's LARGEST AUTO DEALER IS TRAD Isaacs Chevrolet sells more cars than any other deal in the county and they are out to top all sales records this year. FOR THE BEST DEALS ON BUiCKS CHEVRQLETS PONTIACS SEE If You Are Looking For On New or Used Cars It's Time TO SEE ISAACS AT RUSK You'll Save! Save! 1961 FORDS QuoiiJv Used Cars # T" £ 8 bicj I rade-fns DON'T WAIT ... DO IT TODAY Money Saver Used... Furniture Buys FOR SALE: Used Frigidoire rc. frigerator. Call Mrs. F. W. Cot way, MU 3-4053, Husk l-t-c-3.. Watch this space each week for New Bargains FOR SALE: ftarn to be moved! Extra strong and well built. W H. Brown, P. O. Box 510, phonn 12581, Jacksonville. J-4tc-2^ FOR SALE: Upright pianc,i cheap. MU 34733, $tusk. 3-t-p-3:s AT OUR JACKSONVILLE STORE ONE ONLY 9 PIECE CHROME DINETTE Suit 69.95 SLIGHTLY USED — 4 YEAR WARANTEE 18 Foot r- $iyrv95 A...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 February 1961

L UN* *-V « rigidaire re, F. W. Cok i jsk lt-c-3«, 1)e moved! ?I1 built. W. 510, phonn J-4tc-2< [right piano/ lusk. 3-t p-31s jational 3(Ki Indition witli Iwer. Jume [-2319, Rusk 2-t-p-3¿ used IIo< kerator. Ver;, . Phone Ml! pith, Rusk. | 3-t-p-3* Its beautifui Lotsteps of ;t klue Lustre Co., Rusk. Ill NEED liety Tomato, Id field seed lit you neeil luck farm, ot rkel & See**,., |¡ lie j-4-t-c-2:s Vil. J -I |U U .. ine of lupplies Ies of Rusk |y 84 12-t-p-33 lent ranted dependable una. i>tween 1 ami i'v • |'s Restaurant ,,.i. tfc-3i : • IT sell Raw. V liii Jacksonville. 4, Box 15-A, é.ui |day Rawlelgli ! ■ 1333-5, Mem- in n. J-3-t-p-2;5 ; • NECESSARY l> work and tir I' lrofitable worl> in .. Emetics. Com ' " en. For inter- ti,,,, |ie, write Bojmi ■ " D: $2.50 peí part or full Large repeat vomen. Writit 276Ü, DeSotir |Tenn. 2-t-p-3ii nun for slat- through Mon- It o 10:30 p.m. ppany, Rusk. l-t-c-3f« JTHLY (TIME |lecting monej> high qualitj, pensers in thi*« nu.st ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 February 1961

The Cherokeean page six RUSK, TEXAS FEBRUARY 16, 1961 * EDITORIALS ★ Thanks Due An Industry Hundreds of people who would otherwise have heen without useful knowledge ol the ravages of alcoholism nuw have some idea of the hellish face of that disease. A large port ion of credit is due to the fine spirit of Texas newspapers. Hundreds more people will have an op- port unity to learn still more ahout the nat- ion's Number Three health menace Sunday. But we would like to return for a moment to the cooperation given by the Texas newspaper industry in a very worthy project, even though iri some instances the thin;; they were helping publicize was hundreds of miles away. Metropolitan papers of Houston, and in particular the Houston Post, devoted a large section of valuable space to the Rusk Hospit- al's alcoholic program arid to the "alcoholism expose" corning Sunday. Also, papers as far away as Wichita Falls and Orange have done valuable service, riot to speak of the always valuable servic...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 February 1961

1 p TEXAS In ii Hit, i I r I; i f- lor 5 111 i r. 0. street beat JACKY CUP IT, Greggton got fur, who won the Jackson- ville Country Club Invitational Coif Tournament four times in the past live years, now a pro at Longview, cashed in big on his major professional tourn- ament. lie tied for seventh place in llie l'hoenix Open. Cup- it shot a 275 on the 72 holes, only five strokes behind the leaders Arnold Palmer yinl Doug Sanders, lie cashed in for $1,- 251) in his first outing. Local golfers were not surprised to see him among the leaders and predict that the youngster is | in for many big money prizes in the years ahead. . . . DICK SHEFFIELD, Jackson- ville 11 i '4 h School football coach, left Monday morning for Austin where he will attend a week of the University of Texas Long- horns spring practice. Sheffield received a special invitation to attend the practice sessions from Longhorn Coach Darrcll lioyal when he visited Jackson- ville on January 30 this year recruiting trip. and...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 February 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO FEBRUARY 16, 1961 -A il'.'tlj' h::. lv 5 *rr '** Mil f. or > IJI' - Ü If PÍÉSIÉÉ Joe Wrighl World Day Of Prayer To Have Friday, February 17 Supper Fri. The chief executive (if all fed- eral prisons is the Attorney General. The .lot Wright Parent Teacher Association will have its annual spaghetti supper, Friday, February 17 Left to rit'bt are: Mrs. Oscar llolcomb. Cake Walk; Mrs. R. O. Northcutt, Country Record Farm Year Milk Down An all time record in world | output of farm products for the year ending June 30, 1961, has' been predicted by the U. S. De- partment of Agriculture, World - wirle production is forecast at 42 per cent above j the 1935 39 level and two per cent above the previous record established last year. Average consumption of milk per person continues.to decline, says a Texas dairy association At the same time, it notes that the number of dairy farms has declined 50 per cent in the past 10 years. The Association sees slightly higher milk pr...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 February 1961

Ifcd- Iney THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 16, 1961 PAGE THREE Í4 Marilyn McCarroll To Be Featured Dancer Marilyn R o a n n McCarroll; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCarroll, Jr. of 901 John, will be a featured dancer in the 1961 "Frolic of Hearts" stage show at Trinity University Feb- ruary 18. One of the biggest Valentine celebrations on the Trinity cam- pus, the "Frolic" is presented by Spurs and Triniteers, broth- er-sister social a n d service clubs. February marks the 28th anniversary of Spurs as a Tri- nity women's organization. Marilyn, president of Spurs, is a senior at Trinity majoring in Christian education. She is a senior dlass Officer, member of Trinity women's honor so- cieties, Alpha Chi and SchoLea, and has been ROTC sweetheart! and a member of the Student Hostess To Garden Club Thursday Mrs. Robert Lugenbuhl, 821 El Paso, served as hostess to the Jacksonville Garden Club, Thursday, February fl. Serv- ing as co-hostesses were Mrs. Clark Gaines and Mrs. Hugh Rives. An inter...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 February 1961

PAGE ft)UR THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 16, 1961 WORKING WOMAN OF THE WEEK ROUGH WEATHER AHEAD! : . • . v • ' *fr.' ; . " . • •; MR. HOMc OWNEk . . . BL PROTECTED! y 'íPA,NTN0W' - WITH FAMOUS GLIDDEN ENDURANCE HOUSE PAINT LASTING PROTECTION .NEW HOME BEAUTY ONLY $6.00 **DORAIiC* Don't let the ravage* of weather rat and deteriorate your home—eauac costly repairs—depreciate your investment I Right now is the time to get the new home look—new paint protection of famous Glidden Endurance House Paint Its tough elastic surface gives your home top weather protection —ail summer—all winter long. Exclusive Glidden formula reduces unsightly checking and cracking. Extra hard gloss surface sheds dirt—keeps your paint job looking fresh much longer. Don't risk costly deterioration through another season I Come in, see how little it costs to paint now, protect dow with famous Endurance House Paint by GUddea. FRIB COLOR CARDI 38 BEAUTIFUL COLORS TO CHOOSB ROM I COMPLETE BUILDING SUPPLIES FREE ESTMATES A...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 February 1961

I:,',;. Jacksonville High Golf Team Ties Athens High In Match Saturday The Jacksonville High School The first team was made up Haines and Osfiorne were tying first golf team tied the Athens, of Earl Higgins, Kim Hillen-■ their opponents. The Athens High School first team 3'.' to camp, Sandy Haines, and Mick-Vpam |ia£| n¡ne fewer strokes 3 in a match at the Athens oy Osborne. Higgins was medal- .. ~ .. «_.■! Country Club Saturday. The ist in the match with a 36 hole Indians' second team won their score of 76. Higgins and HiUen- match 6 to 1. 1 camp won their matches, while Week-End Specials Thursday - Friday - Saturday r 9 ft. G. E. Extension Cords 27' BOY'S SIZE - ALL METAL - SAVES IRONING PANTS Stretchers I 37 ae Brach's Creme Center Chocolates J 27 9 INCH • DINNER SIZE ■ WHITE Plates EACH 17 New Shipment Just Received Fresh - Green - Potted ivy 37' ° 87 Toland's 5# to $1.00 Store For The Finest In Picture Framing "We Frame To Please" 112 E. COMMERCE « JACKSONVILLE than the Indians...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 February 1961

PAGE SIX THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 16, 1961 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF CITY BOND ELECTION THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF CHEROKEE TOWN OF HUSK To nil qualified voters of the Town of Busk, Texas, who own Taxable property within said town, and who have duly rend- ered the same for taxation: Take Notice that an election will be held in the Town of Husk, Texas, on the 14th day of March, Will, to determine whether or not the Town Coun- cil of said Town shall be author- ized to issue the bonds of said Town in the following amounts and for the following purposes: $175,000.00 Revenue Bonds for the purpose of paying off, refunding a n d canceling an equal amount of the outstand iiit; indebtedness of the Town's Waterworks and Sanitary Sewer Systems; $225 000.00 Revenue Bonds fur the purpose of constructing ex- tensions and improvements to the Town's Waterworks System; $100,000.00 Revenue Bonds for the purpose of constructing extensions and improvements to the Town's Sanitary Sewer Sys fern; and whic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 February 1961

Microfilm Service P 0 Box 8 J Go bdl!4 •3t llile lull ben as "I ing. ■bill llcy |l(ll umI Ibut tic Iner low lir 11 Incls face ling. 1.1 a Iher li i'il In n (lc- |city till! Round... Town villi Roundabout COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE The Cherokeean i<yPerCoPy n'i.ivAf /.; in.'i'rii lir i.it,' I V \T i.' II/ c ij A it M r> T.'t'Ti/ / icm-'ii /it' mil.' i > i / wr I.'!.• it ini \/ r 1 v i <y ■ ' BAD WEATHER causes folks to enjoy bad health. We've had plenty of both in Rusk and area the past week. It's been a long, hard winter, but spring is just around the corner. Combining the newsgathering facilities of Rusk and TEXAS OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, EST AH! ASH E I) AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 18*7 Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local . _ . __ . . news medium in cherokee county. Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area VOLUME 113 22 PAGES THREE SECTIONS FEBRUARY 23, 1961 NUMBER 36 R U S K' S PROGRESSIVE MERCHANTS are going to stage a "wing, ding, dilly" RUSK DAY, Friday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 February 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO FEBRUARY 23, 1961 LEGAL NOTICE Texas Highway Department anee with the provisions of said Notice To Building Contractors House Bills, the State Highway j Sealed proposals addressed to Commission has ascertained and the State Highway Engineer of Texas, for the construction of a Resident Engineer's Office, Maintenance Foreman's Office and Laboratory Building and a Storage. Shop and Service Stat- ion Building to be located on set forth in the proposal the wage rates, for each craft or type of workman or mechanic needed to execute the work on above named project, now pre- vailing in the locality in which the work is to be performed, and the Contractor shall Last Rites Read For Ainsworth the property of the Texas High- way Department on U. S. Hwy. not less than these wage rates 69, Southeast of Rusk, State as shown in the proposal for Projects MC 101" 13 & MC-10-j each craft or type of laborer, V-13, Cherokee County, Texas workman or mechanic employed will be r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 February 1961

I 9l m |9i m IN m Hi 9c 1« M 9i 9« 31 51 7 THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 23, 1961 PAGE THREE Outgoing City Attorney Sizes Up Town, Sees Tax-Money Deficiency Robert von Doenhoff, present- ly city attorney and chairman of the Chamber of Commerce City Planning Committee, issu- ed a statement last week in which he declared he will not be a candidate for a municipal office and at the same time called on citizens to face up Sorority Sets Meeting Mon. At Fitts Home Mrs. Opal Fitts is to be host- ess to the Omicron Gamma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi next Monday, 7:45 p.m. The program on Travel will be given by Mrs. Freda Ratcliff. Sorority president is Mrs. Mary Jane Hinton. The most import- ant piece of paper in your life . . . Your doctor's prescription may well be the most im- portant piece of paper in your life . . make all the dif- ference between continued sickness and health. We fill the prescription accurately. Cartlidge Drug Store MU 3-2358 Rusk to the fact that they will have to pay for fu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 February 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR FEBRUARY 23, 1961 Week-End Specials THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY Small China TV LAMPS 67 EACH 26X36 Flour Sack Cup Towels 17 EACH METAL WASTE BASKETS 44' REG. 79C BEAUTIFUL 24x32 PEARLITE FRAMES MIRRORS 4.95 JARED'S 5? to $1.00 Store The Best Assortment of Candy In Town South Side of Square Rusk Demonstrators Mourn Lumumba, But Not China, Cuba Murder Victims FROM JOHN DOWDY The Committee ratio in the 87th Congress is settled at 3 Democrats to 2 Republicans. In the last Congress, the ratio was 2 to 1. My major assignment is t h e Committee on Judiciary, which I consider the most im- portant legislative committee in the House. The last several days have furnished an example of how widespread is the Communist influence. By way of compari- ¡ son, first call to mind Castro's executions, which ran to the hundreds, Russia's p u r g e s, which ran to thousands, and China's, which have been in the millions. T h o s e things shocked all civilized people, but did no...

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