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 - By PAUL THOMPSON Most everyone I talked with...
By PAUL THOMPSON Most everyone I talked with during the Jack trial expected him to beat the electric chair, but to do at least 20 to 30 in prison. Now that's all over -- and the Dallas jury gave Ruby the button --1 have yet to hear words of sympathy for small-time, self-chosen killer killer of President Kennedy's alleged assassin. Most people, in fact, t a l k as t h e y' r e pleasantly prised . . . Referring In a drive to gel a St. Patrick's Day Parade started here next year, Albert J. Carr of Clarke Printing Co. has this to say: "As an Irishman Irishman who does not know what kind of Irishmen are organizing organizing this parade, I wonder It are going to prevent discrimination--amongst discrimination--amongst the Irish--by permitting permitting an Orangeman to parti clpate In the parade. Can you advise me?" No, I can'l. other race discriminates against sonic of Us own members. So I'd have lo call II discrimina- linn if the Irish, like the rest of them, were not allowed to give Ihe hoot lo some of thcii own kind . . . Action Gordon McLendon, running against Ralph Yarborough for U.S. senator, takes lime out flash me Clint Murchison's line: "I don't sco why they are criticizing the Dallas Police Department. Department. Look how fast they captured captured Jack Ruby." . . . Local Republican leaders he 100 per cent behind Harry Goldwatcr for presidential

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  1. Express and News,
  2. 15 Mar 1964, Sun,
  3. Page 1

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