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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 10

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I 10 Gafesbura Reaitfei'-Moll, Oalesbura, III, Friday. July 26, 1963 Kennedy Has Trouble With Congressmen fey LVLK C. WTL80N ft ll President Kennedy's bad fuck that Sam ftaybur n died and that it WM deemed necessary to put Lyndon 8. Johnson on the 1&0 Cienioeratic presidential tick *t to hold the Deep South. "Mr. Sam" and Johnson were congressional leaders who knew ItOW to lead, that cannot be said 6f the leadership of the 88th Congress. The Democratic Party enjoys majorities in the House and Senate. Democrats chair the committees, occupy the seats of power. The President in the White House is a Democrat. With al] of that going for the New Frontier, the Kennedy administration is unable to move its legislative program. The U.S. Congress does not function much beyond the routine of convene- recess - convene * recess again, more a vegetable than a living Organism of government. Leadership Complicated The President has complicated more than simplified the leadership problems of his legislative agents. For example: There are at this moment before Congress three major Kennedy proposals, each with an A-l priority. They are: tax reduction and reform, civil rights and railroad strike legislation. This is the seventh month of the 88th Congress. All but two of the routine appropriation bills await action. Fewer than half a dozen major bills of any kind have been enacted in this first seven months. The President recently reported himself content that he had got the country to moving again. If so, it is time he turned his attention to the Democratic 88th Congress. No economy nor system of government nor political administration can long endure an absolute stagnation of public business. If Republicans would knock off fighting among themselves long enough to consider the stagnation now prevailing, they might discover the delights of lining up together to fight the Democrats. Republicans should be the last to forget that a tost and hopeless cause produced a political miracle in 1948 when Harry S. Truman directed his presidential campaign exclusively against the Republican* 8 0 th Congress. HST called the 80th the worst. On its record so far, HST might want to revise his estimate in favor of the 88th Congress. Session Draws On This session probably will continue through Thanksgiving to Christmas. President Kennedy made an effective 1960 campaign complaint that President Eisenhower had failed to provide the nation with leadership. That invites attention now to - the situation in Congress where the Democratic leadership does not lead and the Democratic majorities reject the leadership, of President Kennedy. This situation, of course, will change considerably in the final weeks of this session. Then there will be a hurricane of legislative activity. Congress will be on a day-and-evening scheduled to enact vital legislation. This will be* accomplished by short cuts, half- baked debate and consideration. Emerging is likely to be a great deal of ill-considered legislation. That is the environment, for example, in which the Senate probably will be compelled to consider the test ban treaty initialed in Moscow Thursday. The session-end legislative traffic jam will not permit time for intelligent consideration of a test ban treaty although the fate of the human race may be written between the lines of that document. Too bad Lyndon and Mr. Sam can't take over again. They'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo Henderson Scouts Home From Camp HENDERSON - A group of 17 led by James Walker returned home Sunday after a week's trip to Lake Chippewa, Wis. Transportation was provided by Charles and Cindy Warner, Art Anderson, Mrs. Art Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. James Walker. The following boys from Wataga attended the camp: Sonny Lucas, Danny Steele, Rusty Lines, Michael Edwards, Dale Stickle, Brian Stickle and Edward Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Whiting and two children of Winnipeg, Canada, spent from Thursday until Sunday at the home of Mrs. Vera Arnold. Whiting and Mrs. Arnold are brother and sister. Dollinger and Mills Reunion Held in Park CAMERON - The 25th DolUn- ger and Mills reunion was held at the Monmouth Park Sunday. There were 57 members and two guests present. .Officers for the coming year are: President, K. Wayne Conard; vice president, Phil Sheridan; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Rose Youngquist. The first reunion was Oct. 17, 1938. There were 23 present for this meeting in the home of the late Ernest Dollinger Sr. at Mil- lidgeville. Mrs. Stella Dollmger has a perfect attendance. Mrs. Alma Dollinger and Mrs. Rose Youngquist missed one meeting. Births reported were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dollinger, a daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Johnson, a daughter Kristin. Those coming the longest distance were Mr. and Mrs. Phil Sheridan and sons, Rockford, Mrs. Alma Dollingei of Larark and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Dollinger and family of Tolusa. It was voted to hold the reunion next year at the Monmouth Park the second Sunday of July. Gerlaw Groups Hold Sessions GERLAW — Spring Grove 4 -H Agricultural Club was called to order Tuesday evening with 24 members present at the Gerlaw Community Club. Songs were led by Peggy Ault and Dennis Clark August 20 will be a 4 -H tour. Trucks and a car will be furnished, with members meeting at Law school at 7:45 to 8 a.m. at Gerlaw. Talks were given by Frances Schweitzer and Irvin Lipp on National 4-H Week. Other talks were given by Dennis Clark on "Land- race Hogs;" Mike Edwards, "Planting Yourf Garden;" Earl Smith, "Getting Ready to Show;" Irvin Lipp, "Safety." Denny Club Meets Denny Club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Carl Brownlee at her Lake Warren home. Mrs. Ross Brownlee presided at the business meeting. Guests were Mrs. Roy Brownlee, Mrs. Everett Peterson, Mrs. Ikerd and Mrs. Nichols. Attend Breakfast Gerlaw Community Club met at Lake Warren July 19 for a breakfast. Coffee was furnished and earh one took their own food. Jack Nicklaus, at 23, became the youngest golfer ever to win the Masters tournament in 1963. Aircraft *Hte aircraft Industry estimates that im spacecraft production was about 13 per cent of total production. one>half the industry's production was concerned with aircraft and components and the ml with missile's, according to the Brttanniia Book of tht Year. fcmrfu r i ggiiriniif fit <a a ^aMi******** ••• READ THE WANT ADtf NFS OKI UMMS ME1STKR BRAt 0 fmk $1.10 12 at. Ret. OLD CROW BOURBON -M Proof 5th $3.98 BUSCM BAVARIAN * Pok Cam 99e SUNNYBROOK * 5th $198 CARABANA RUM 5th $199 BARCLAY'S OIN 5th $2.99 FLEISCIIMANNS VODKA Qt. $2.99 CALVERTS 5th $3,98 BUSCM BAVARIAN * Pok Cam 99e SUNNYBROOK * 5th $198 CARABANA RUM 5th $199 BARCLAY'S OIN 5th $2.99 FLEISCIIMANNS VODKA Qt. $2.99 TEN HIGH 5th $2.99 BUSCM BAVARIAN * Pok Cam 99e SUNNYBROOK * 5th $198 CARABANA RUM 5th $199 BARCLAY'S OIN 5th $2.99 FLEISCIIMANNS VODKA Qt. $2.99 BEEFEATERS GIN 5th $5.35 BLUE RIBBON Vi Qt. Cant $1.24 OLD MILWAUKEE STAG — BUSCM BLUE RIBBON FALSTAFF e. *3.19 GRAIN BELT BEER 6 Pak Coot $1.04 MSN SHRIMP STEAKS • CHICKEN SPAGHETTI 77c BLUE RIBBON Vi Qt. Cant $1.24 OLD MILWAUKEE STAG — BUSCM BLUE RIBBON FALSTAFF e. *3.19 GRAIN BELT BEER 6 Pak Coot $1.04 MSN SHRIMP STEAKS • CHICKEN SPAGHETTI 77c 24—12-oz. Bottles OLD THOMPSON CORBY'S - IMPERIAL PAUL JONES KESSLER CREAM OF KENTUCKY «H *3.39 3 For $10.00 1/2 Gal. MEISTER BRAU Draft Brewed 77e 24—12-oz. Bottles OLD THOMPSON CORBY'S - IMPERIAL PAUL JONES KESSLER CREAM OF KENTUCKY «H *3.39 3 For $10.00 Nearly one-half the cost of a package of cigarettes goes for taxes. MID SUMMER SALE SAVE — DURING OUR SUMMER FESTIVAL OF VALUES — Free Estimates — Lciy Away for Small Down Payment — 36 MONTHS Samples of Many Values Below Size Color and Description 12x47-8 Sandiewood Scroll — Nylon 12x30 Green Sculptured—Nylon, Extra Heavy 12x90-3 Beige Pebble Tone—Nylon 12x82-4 Rose Beige Cont. 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