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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 33

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lules Committee Lifeely o Be Unpacked in 1963 WILLIAM F. ARBOGAST ASHINGTON (AP) - The ise Rules Committee, packed year to give liberals control, ;VM ihably will he unpacked next.was ir to put a conservative coali- Hnu hack in the saddle, [in his last big major legislative ittle, the late Speaker Sam Rayn of Texas succeeded by a [ve-vote margin, 217 to 212, in in•easing the committee's mem- irship from 12 to 15 on .Tan 31, 1961. The objective was to switch con- ;rol from four Republicans and .wo Democrats to eight Dcmo- :rats. In general, the idea worked nit successfully, with many bills bearing the committee by an 8-7 1 largin. Before the enlargement, major 'ills often were stymied by a 6-6 rleadlock. The increase raised Democratic ^membership from 8 to 10 and Re| publican from 4 to 5. But two of he Democrats, Chairman Howard <V. Smith of Virginia and Rep. William M. Colmer of Mississippi, often voted with the Republicans. Rayburn had tacit support from he White House in the bitter fight o increase the membership. Often overlooked is the official •iimuasc nf (he resolution that noiiphl about (he. change. It stip- | ited that the rules group should , \e 15 members only for the 87lh ' tigress, which goes out of busies next January. ^ nless the battle is fought anew I committee will drop lo 12 , mbers in the Congress conven- >; in January. The combination | four Republicans plus Smith \d Colmer would be enough to •vent the six more liberal Dom. '.its from mustering a majority '• needed lo clear legislation f House vote. use leaders haven't decided \ier to try next year lo keep {committee at its present C several reasons the odds 'appear tn be against them. ,-ilayburn was able, when the »s were clown, to line up some 'hern votes which aren't likely i .•icld to the persuasion of the! rudents Finish uropean Visit ROTTERDAM <AP>- Some 600 ericnn jstucbnls left for the ted States Tuesday a f I c r a : j-month visit to Europe. < i Africa, under auspices 01 the :"ricnn Field Service. -. IP students left Rotterdam on i w 12.575-ton motorship Seven J of the West German Europa- ida Line. new speaker. m;ick nf ^ 2 ' L;i ' t 'a' "\v LI ". uhfii Pir.irlf.; nfiKT John w. McCor- time in eight years. s 3. 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