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Alice Daily Echo (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Alice, Texas A to i the Alice ftsx.1 daily fell monday. Not. To of Hal in Alice doily Stfort scrim Washington column a strengthened conservatives shape up for new Congress by Peter Epson Washington correspondent newspaper Enterprise Ain. Washington Nea it a closer study of election returns shots that a strengthened coalition of conservative democrats my republicans May have a much firmer control in the now 87th Cong less. The republicans gained two Senate seats and 23 House seat with four House races still undecided As this is written. Relate Patrei the of Liberal and conservative blocs and of they functioned in the last Congress can be illustrated by Roll Call votes on the area development legislation in the Senate. 45 Liberal democrats and four Republican for a total of 49 voted for the Democrat sponsored Bill 16 conservative democrats and 33 republicans for an equal 49 total voted against it. There were two senators not voting. Next year with two More Republican senators in Congress the conservatives will have a slight but troublesome advantage. In the House. 179 democrats and 23 republicans for a total of 202 voted for the Bill 69 conservative democrats and 115 republicans Foi a total of 184 voted against it. The grand total vote of 286 indicates 51 congressmen not voting. Next year with 23 More republicans in the new House the strength of the two blocs would be approximately revised 180 liberals to 206 conservatives a assuming the same number not voting or a similar division of the unrecorded members. Copes the Al Cio committee on political education did t do As Well in the 1960 congressional elections As in 1958 tins year Cope endorsed 296 candidates five of them republicans in the 437 House races. Of the 296 endorsed Only 155 were elected with four seats still undecided As this is written. Thu is a 52 per cent record of Success. Two years ago 76 per cent of the Cope endorsed candidates won. In the Senate. Cope endorsed 23 candidates two of them republicans in the 33 Senate races. Fourteen of the 23 endorsed candidates won. For a 60 per cent record of Success. What this record indicates is that presidential candidate Kennedy carried few if any House Cattail riders to Victory. This is ust the opposite of president Eisenhower a record Whf n he w As first elected in 1952. In that election the democrats lost two Senate and 21 House seats almost the same democratic losses As this year. This Keven Sal is attrib Ted in part to the fact that Kerne do eave Little direct help to congressional candidates. One othe Factor was the religious Issue particularly in the to Midwest where Nixon supporters also voted for Republican candidates Foi Congress candidates lost heavily n states like Indiana. Iowa Kansas and Nebraska. Still another Factor was that the big democratic gains in 39c>8�?when they won 15 Senate and 49 House seats were in Many cases political accidents. This year the republicans won Back 30 of these House seats defeating 17 incumbent democrats who were supported for re election by Cope and other labor political action groups. Cope backed democrats won seven other seats held by republicans in that last chagres. Gop net Gam 23. One other important revelation in the 1960 congressional election results is that the attempted purges by labor leaders James r. Hoffa of the teamsters and James b Carey of the International electrical workers were almost Complete flops. What hoi the crowd doth move in diver tray. Asst. County agent Charles Neal and mrs Neal Are the parents of a baby uni born at 11 30 a m sunday at the physicians amp surgeons Hospital she was named Paula Charlene and weighed eight pounds one ounce. If is the neals first child. A the annual Catholic Bishops thanksgiving clothing Campaign is underway this week throughout the United states with receiving depots at All Catholic churches including St Elizabeth a and St Josephus of Alice according to a spokesman for the project a any Good used clothing and bedding is acceptable just so it is Good enough to Send overseas. And for immediate use Quot said mrs. Albert Holub foreign Relief chairman of St Elizabeth a altar society. A we do not neen High heeled shoes or hats but we will Welcome All sizes of clothing especially warm clothes. And bedding. It should be mended and ready for immediate said mrs. Holub. Items May be taken to St Elizabeth a school today or tuesday of Thi it thanksgiving week or Contact mrs. Holub at Telephone to 4-5791 after tuesday. St Joseph s also a it a receiving station. The clothing is distributed to the needy overseas regardless of race or Creed the Campaign is the largest of its kind Ever to be conducted annually with millions of pounds of clothing collected and distributed each year. A the Campaign is conducted on a 98-percent Volunteer basis and includes distribution of medicines milk some foods and also has a rehabilitation program Quot mrs. Holub said Odds and ends from Hafs mail Pouch by Hal Boyle new York. Nov 21. It v things a columnist might never know it he did no to open his mail mosquitoes and gentlemen have one thing m common both prefer blondes the Mosquito it choose blondes because their skin is usually thinner and less resistant to biting a but Why gentlemen prefer blondes is then own secret. What can a Man believe All my life i be thought kills were of scottish origin now in a told they were first brought to Scotland by a French tailor in 1745 it hurts the same in any language but a blk est is railed a Blue Rye in Germany in frence its known As a poached Eye. Everyone has to live his own life and find by experience what is Best for him on 1 is 70th birthday Mark to. M warned a a done to try to reach old age by another Many a Way a two things he Felt had helped him attain the biblical Span he a never smoked inon than one Chigar at a Tim Quot and tor 30 years he limited him it if o two meals a Day a breakfast and dinner our quotable notables a an her ambition in the 1820s Congress put into Law a requirement that White House furnishings Quot be of Domestic make s far As incidentally. Dwight d. Eisenhower will leave office with a claim to Fame often overlooked or was one of Only two Bald headed men in american history elected to the presidency the first was John Quincy Adams. Lady if you think cooking a thanks living dinner for your family is something of a chore even in a modern Kitchen think How much tougher it was for the Pilgrim mothers. The original thanksgiving feast in 1621 lasted for three Days and 91 indians showed up As guests Prosperity note looking for a Good business Opportunity then Why not open a finance company it is estimated that one out of four . Families now Are living beyond their Means it was t a Dorgan who observed. A life is like eating artichokes you be got to to through so much to get so landslide thoughts o lord god. Turn not away the face of thine anointed remember the mercies of David thy Chi on 6 .42. Who will not mercy unto others show How can he mercy Ever Hope to Spencer. The Bli is Strolli Broadw work in said John Bur author and statesman Man who has no in Means of Ever wonder Why paddlers and sightly musicians in the area done to prefer to factory or make Broom big reason they can make to $300 a week Selling a and tunes on the streets executive signs this on a favorite of Stork club Over Sherman Billingsley w Success turns a Many a heat he is facing if Jacqueline Kennedy ant Ica s next first lady has i wish to decorate her new lie in january Wuth foreign at ques. She will have to rest Han. Isis Daniel comments Austin fat gov Price Dan a 1 said Sand a y that he knows nothing about a suggestion that legislation is Bing planned which would make a special election to name the successor to Lyndon Johnson As senator unnecessary. Blondie comes word today of a Bazaar sponsored by the Christian women a Fellowship of he first Christian Church to be held on saturday dec. 3, in the Hobbs building on a. T mrs e c Pugh Mam Street. 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The number is expected to exceed 24 million in 1>63, excluding Home using a bottled Quot Gas and multiple family buildings with Central heating systems. do it every time by Jimmy Hatic squat Well can blow mis poof yelp out his wife and wage War on the Cas a $3�? Bill a look i never amp it enc Ted in a not excited now sput Sputz but hot in tarnation could you burn$3? vex Orth r Bur we spent a Young Fortune building a Barbecue on which so far he s cooked six hamburgers a Manx Anat ipod Twe Hatsuo mat to mule Uoc Khayot i Avi Camp v established 1894 Pubil blvd each we by ref n inn except Saturn Lay and sunday Tom unit by the Echo Printon and boat lonely oo., inc., 406 East Mai St., Alicet a _ v d Kin me Aid president and publisher entered at the Post of Srp at All e Tex a., con6 it la matter tinder act of March 3, 1802. Any erroneous reflection upon to character Blanc Piug or re put a a a. Of any per on firm or corp Eatton which May appear in the column of the Dull Echo will of gladly corrected upon Beng brought to the attention of the pub her the opinions expressed in the editorial column of thi1 new paper Are not necessarily the opinion of the publisher Alt Mai ships Hun brr of to a. A peas Kea Servici Bureau of advert is no Ana. Fuxa pre a out it it to Southern new Nap r Public in is a so nation is is tip 1 Ion rates by Carrier 30 pm week 1 month $1 30 Usu Yai 815 to by mail Iii Jim Well and adjoining Counti i Ymir fun 0 3 Mouths $3 to rout h in 10 he mail m 1 year $11 00 6 months t�30 3 m it Uuie $3m 1 month $1 10 by mail out of by 1 it $13.00 b months $650 3 Mouth 84 00 1 i Smtih $1 50 dil Fate it i a vouch

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