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IWO RELIABLE REAL ESTATE SERVICE Arthur Hajecate METROPOLITAN REALTY CO. 4340 Telephone Road HOUSTON, TEXAS 72952.5225 Senate Aspirants oil and gas in Texas is owned outside the slate.” The absentee owners “encourage people to go off on these crusades. If you get people off on straw men and shadowy issues, they’ll take their eyes off the areas that need to be improved right here in Texas, the real needs here in Texas. “Texas, for example, is thirtysecond in average annual income per capita-$1,943 per person. New York state has over $2,800 per person. With our great wealth, Texas ought to be among the top ten in per capita income. “We are also thirty-second in spending for education. If our educational system was among the top ten in the country, our per capita income wouldn’t be so low. “The progress and well-being of the people of Texas” should be a primary concern of Texans, “instead of these witch hunts. This is no great new cause. It’s a revival of the witch hunt phase that once swept Massachusetts, where everybody either suspected his neighbor of being a witch, or at least of harboring witche3.” Does he see any direct political threat in the activities of. the “radical right?” “I sure do. The radical right isn’t something that just dropped down from the clouds. It’s a creature of big money, a creature of reactionary wealth intending to divert the people to prevent worthwhile political programs, to prevent the expenditure of money for old-age pensions and education and hospitals. “Take a short radio program that advertises chicken soup and this extreme rightism, all in 15 minutes. It’s all too clear. They’re trying to sell this suspicion of other men right along with chicken soup. “If this grew wide enough, it could be a threat to our Western democratic tradition,” just as Hitler destroyed the people’s confidence in their democratic institutions before he seized power. “But I have confidence in the innate intelligence of the American people to see this threat to all our ideals and freedoms.” ‘Very Successful’ He evaluates the first year of the Kennedy Administration as “very successful. Students of legislation count only two other periods as comparable with the record of the first session of the 87th Congress.” One was the First Hundred Days of 1933, the other was the first year of FDR’s second term. The administration “through a whole bundle of measures, executive orders, and laws ended the recession and caused an upturn in our economy.” Immediate measures included an extension of unemployment insurance, :;trengthening of social security, nn:1 the distribution of food surpluses. “Long range, the area re CLASSIFIED HUMANISM The movement which attracts Independent Thinkers! Ethical, humanitarian; nonpolitical, non-supernatural. Interested? American Humanist Association welcomes you; local chapters, publications. Send $1 for 3month Trial Membership or $5 for a year: American Humanist Association, Dept. TO-2, Yellow Springs, Ohio. DOUBLE EDGE RAZOR BLADES. Finest Surgical Steel, honed in oil. Full money back guarantee. 25-30c, 100-85c, 200-$1.50, 500-$3.00, 1,000$5.75: Post-paid. Packed 5 blades to package, 20 packages to carton. C.O.D. orders accepted. Postcard brings general merchandise catalog. EMERSON COMPANY, 406 So. Second, Alhambra, California. ‘IF I RUN, I’LL WIN’ development act, which was of particular benefit to Texas, was the number one measure passed by the Senate.” He cited the feeds grain bill and the omnibus farm bill which “resulted in a net farm income this year $1 billion larger than the year before.” Other important measures included the housing act, the federal education program for children of migrant farm families, and a community health service program for better nursing care for the aged. A number of education bills are pending before the Senate when Congress convenes next week, including Yarborough’s Cold War GI Bill, which was reported out by the Senate labor and public welfare committee by a 10-5 vote \(compared with an 8-7 favorable borough has 36 co-sponsors, believes the Senate will pass it, and feels “there is more sentiment for it in the House than last year.” The three major pieces of legislation before the next session, he feels, are Kennedy’s liberalized trade program, medical care for the aged under social security, and federal aid to education. death of Sam Rayburn and the new leadership in the House. It would pass if he were still alive, because of his great prestige and influence.” UN Action Yarborough, who has issued statements critical of United Nations action in the Congo, said he criticized the UN “for bombing and strafing and shooting Katanga into submissiongoing out and destroying a state and its government to subjugate its people. This was UN military force used to beat down a state that had shown its capacity to support itself. “This was the use of military force for aggressive action by the LEGALS CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS TO F. M. Beaty Defendant, in the hereinafter styled and numbered cause: You are hereby commanded to appear before the 126th District Court of Travis County, Texas, to be held at the courthouse of said county in the City of Austin, Travis County, Texas, at or before 10 o’clock A. M. of the first Monday after the expiration of 42 days from the date of issuance hereof; that is to say, at or before, 10 o’clock A. M. of Monday the 29th day of January, 1962, and answer the petition of plaintiff in Cause Number 122,793, in which Aluminum Company of America, Crown Central Petroleum Corporation and Carl E. Siegesmund are Plaintiffs and F. M. Beaty, the Railroad Commission of Texas and its members, William J. ‘Murray, Jr., Ernest 0. Thompson and Ben Ramsey are defendants, filed in said Court on the 7th day of July, 1961, and the nature of which said suit is as follows: Being an appeal from an order of the Railroad Commission of the State of Texas granting F. M. Beaty a Rule 37 permit in the Appling Field, all as more fully appears from Plaintiff’s Original Petition on file in this office. If this citation is not served within 90 days after the date of its issuance, it shall be returned unserved. WITNESS, 0. T. MARTIN, JR., Clerk of the District Courts of Travis County, Texas. Issued and given under my hand and the seal of said Court at office in the City of Austin, this the 13th UN. It was a complete turnabout from the defense of South Korea against the North Koreans. This is an abortion of the UN for the purposes it was set up.” What about the necessity of preventing Katanga’s secession to avoid a full-scale civil war that might encourage communist activities? “That’s an excuse offered,” Yarborough snapped. “If you want to support the preventive war theory: go have a war so you won’t have one.” On the Padre Island !issue, which has been a continuing Texas controversy, Yarborough says he has “higher hopes now than ever before. Opposition in Texas has prevented its passage up to now. But we’re making progress on it.” Efforts to create the national park area at Cape Hatteras, N.C., began as early as 1937, he said, and the park was not established until 1954. “I don’t plan for this one to take 17 years, but I’ll fight for it as long as it’ll take.” Political Intelligence Agriculture Cmsr. John White announced for. re-election. First elected in 1950, he has been successful in every election since then. No Democrat has yet announced against White, but the GOP, with plans to contest every state office, is sure to provide him general election opposition. In 1952, White was the only Democratic candidate for statewide office who refused to cross-file as a Republican. g# Cong. Wright Patman of Texarkana said communists should be bagged as they were in the ’30’s, by making rewards for their conviction as “public enemies.” He said he would introduce such legislation this month. day of January, 1961. 0. T. MARTIN, JR. Clerk of the District Courts, Travis County, Texas By A. E. JONES, Deputy Notice is hereby given that Albert Ward & Rip Ward, d-b-a Ward Sonora, Texas, has dissolved the said partnership and will do business under the name of Ward Sonora, Texas. Albert Ward, President TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that Joe R. Mooney, a sole trader, doing business under the trade name and style of ,Modern Paint Company at 2123 Blanco Road in San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, has incorporated said business under the laws of Texas, effective January 2, 1962, the name of said corporaticn being Modern Paint Company, Inc., which corporation has acquired all of the assets of the former sole proprietorship. This notice is given and published as provided in Article 1307, R. C. S. of Texas. Joe R. Mooney TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that Hope W. Adams, doing business under the firm name of Adams Equipment Company, in Houston, Harris County, Texas, intends to incorporate such firm under the name of The Hope Adams Company, Inc., and when so incorporated, such company will do business under the assumed name of Adams. Equipment Company. ADAMS EQUIPMENT COMPANY by Hope W, Adams 0,0 Two almost sure candidates for the state Senate from the Texas House: liberal Reps. Don Kennard of Fort Worth, against liberal Sen. Doyle Willig, and Charles Hughes of Sherman, for Sen. Ray Roberts’ vacancy. One Austin observer notes that if Roberts does not win in the congressional run-off against Bob Slagle Jan. 30, he could still seek Senate re-electio since the filing deadline is not until Feb. 5 . . . Rep. Pete Snelson of Midland will challenge Sen. Frank Owen of El Paso in another Senate campaign . . . Rep. ‘Charles Ballman of Borger, chairman of the House tax com Political Intelligence mittee, is a possible candidate for Sen. Grady Hazlewood’s seat, whether the Amarillo solon seeks re-election or not … Walter Richter, director of the Warm Springs Foundation in Gonzales, resigned to announce for Sen. R. A. Wein. ert’s vacancy in the Senate. His opponent: Rep. Ray Bartram, conservative from New Braunfels. “I am impatient with political extremists, right or left,” Richter said, “and I am determined to do my utmost to help preserve our American way of life and the dignity of man.” g o or The state AFL-CIO has formed a new district in the Rio Grande Valley and named Gus Gianfala of Brownsville a new state vice-president in charge. President Hank Brown said the chief problem in the area is commuter labor from Mexico. if te s, La Prensa, the English-Spanish newspaper in. San Antonio, endorsed John Connally for governor. “Proud to be counted among his friends,” the weekly said. NO Atty. Gen. Will Wilson told the Dallas News he had been contacted by Dallas conservative Dernocratic leaders to run for Congress against Republican Bruce Alger. “I told them there is no possibility of it,” Wilson said, adding that he is in the gubernatorial race to stay. Wilson said the had been ap proached by the “same group that talked to Earle Cabell.” Mayor Cabell also turned down the opportunity to run against Alger. LAST CALL. `Most Fruitful Session’ His information on the trade program “is not as complete as in the other two fields, but the odds are that the medical care bill will get through.” A federal aid to education bill passed the Senate in the last session, providing for a three-year $21/2 billion program for construction of school buildings and an increase in teachers’ salaries. “As to what the House will do with that, it’s difficult to say because of the t’ Allan Duckworth of the Dal las News, noting that those who deal with the legislature are wondering what sort of state Senate they will encounter after this year’s election, wrote : ‘Business lobbyists during the last decade have depended on the Senate to block unfavorable legislation . . . 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