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Heat-resistant elastic in waistband and leg openings. 28 to 44. 3 for $2.95 Senator Sam Ervin Sa vs.. · I WASHINGTON — The· r , cord of the 88th Congress ha: been a subject of criticism ii j some quarters including tin I Senate itself in recent days j The criticism seems to stem i ι tin· main fruin a rtluctance bv the majority of the Congress Lit rpeeaily en.i t two coutro· vv· i.il measures. These art lite tax bill an:l tlie latest tili lion oi the much amended civil rights bill. Criticism bar focused on m-iiiy allege I tar gets. At vaiinus times it has j included the leadership of ;n i Congress, ami the committee.-: ; considering the hills, the parl l iamentary rules of the llousc ι and the Senate, and in some j inst inces those who are alleg ; ed to wield mystical powers I over Congress. Λ1Ι of these j criticisms, 1 think, miss the I point and are unjustified, j If there is any chief reason I why these two measures have j not yet been enacted it may lie in the feelings of the peo ple themselves who constitute J the Nation. Up to now the ma I jority of the people have been trying to make up their minis I on these and some other seri j ous issues confronting the I country. Congress has been de i liberating, too. On any major bill when there is a division almost evenly dividing the j country, I think it is inevitable j that Congress will proceed • cautiously. The fact that it has I done so in this install.e dem i onstrates that its members ! value highly the wishes of j their constituents. j Αιΐί.1νζίηκ the bills them j selves demonstrates too that in I both instances there are either I serious economic or constitu , tional problems involved. The I tax bid has become a center of cautious legislation simply because of the fa: t that for a generation our Federal govern ment has been spending more than it has been taking in. If our spending policies were in line with revenues, I do not think there would be a parti cle of opposition to some tax reduction bill. It is well to re member that taxes are levied for the purpose of paying for expenditures by the govern ment. The latest talk in Wash ington is that the next budget for fiscal year 1965 will call lor expenditures of $100 bil lion or more. If this is so, that will cause another large de "·■■ ν ·η~ >- ficit. Viewed in this perspec i live, Congress and the people urv confronted with a problem of far greater magnitude than ! a .simple vote on whether ur 1 nut we should reduce taxes. I There is ulso treat agitation ι fur immediate passage of a I civil rights bill which has only i recently b> en reported out by ! the House Juctici try Conini't ! t< e. Members of Connrej.s re ceived a copy of the Commit tee report eu this civi rights 'bills only last week. This bill jeoinphU'ly rewrites all pri ·· . bills tonsidered by C ongress ! this session. There have η ν er ; been any hearings on tie I <n 1 ρ nage of this bill ami itc-.-ord I inn to a minority report filed ' with the House Judici;.r;· Com mittee there was no debate, analysis, or consideration. Con | gress and the country are en ! titled to know the provisions 1 of the most drastic civil rights I measure presented to tin <·ο-1 1 "" sinci the Reconstruc tion era. •stem of government tests upon orderly procedure 1 - - « -■"·· ■ ·' · '"· " ers of Congress will exercise ilidr besi ju.j^hkii.s, ka.n hostest conclusions, and vote for the best interests of their ' country, in the lonß run ai.fi certainly in this instance, I think this produces better an« wiser conclusions about legis lation. Jury List CRIMINAL COURT January 27, 1964 Fred P. Featherstone, Lake [ Waccamaw; James B. Reaves, > Jr., Whitcville; Woodbury ' Brown, Bladenboro; Cualmers R. Rabon, Rt. 1, Whitcville; T. Russell Home. Rt. 3. White vil e; Tum Walla.e, Rt. 1, Del co; Roscoe Lennon, Evergreen: Dorah S. Parker, Rt. 1, Blari 1 enboro; C. B. Bullock Jr.. Clarendon; Hczekiah Nobles, Rt. 1, Cha-1 bourn; Annie Laura Strick land, Rt. 2. Box 114, White i \illo; Peti' Best. Rt 1, White I ville; Malachi Stanley, Rt. 1, I Nakina; Willard Barefoot, j Hal.sbcro; Adron Elbert Mal | p:iss, Delco; Preston Duncan, j Chadbourn; C. H. Hayes, Ccrro Gordo; Roland Vance Thigpen, Rt. 1, ! Delco; W. A. Pierce, Delco; j Hubert Wilson. Fair Bluff; F. j L. Fipps 111, Tabor -City; W. 11. Sasser, Rt. 4, Whitcville; Wade William Fowler, Rt. 2, Tabor City; Herbert Formy-, Duval, Hallsboro; A. L. Lawri more Rt. 3. Tabor City; Mrs. Charlie Sanderson, Evergreen; J. B. Harrelson, General De livery, Whiteviile; A. D. Hin son, Rt. 1, Chadbourn; Clar tna' Carlisle, Box 190, Tabor City; Donald Gore. Rt. 3. Tahnr fity; Wesley S. Wallacc, Bald win Woods; James niu.»...·, 1 Rt. 2. Clarkton; L. G. Lawson Jr.. Fair Bluff; Ralph G. Har | r el son, Rt. 1, Delco; Bleasc ' Gore, Tabor City; A. H. Mc cumoee, laoor City. CRIMINAL COURT February 3. 19f!4 Dale Harrison, Bolton; Em ory Williamson, Whiteviile; j James M. Moore, Rt. 1, Box ; ;.4A. Whiteviile; J. Wiley ) Wells ,Rt. 1. Whiteviile; Lin- · wood Dale, Deico; William Ganus, Jr., Rt. 1. Hallsboro; Mrs. Rudolph Todd, Tabor City; Houston Morris, Fair Bluff; Walter D. Fowler, Rt. 3, Tabor City: Wade Brax ton, Whiteviile; Kenneth .VI. Squires, Bolton; Clarence Carter, Rt. 2, Chad | bourn; Willie I.. Blown, Rt. 1. Deloo; reis. Helen Fisher I Hester, Clarkton: Oscar House. Ht. 2, Ηιιχ 300, Wlnteville; Ro bert Sellen, lit. 3, Whitevillo; Λ. G. Evans, Deko; J. Ii. Nor ris, 10« K. Clav St., Whlte ville; lv-y Benton, Fair Bluff; Λιι i'rew J. S|Muklin|·., Rt. 2, Claikton; Elbett She.ley. Tab or ι ity; William W. Woody, Tabor City; J. Λ. Johnson, Ciaiemlon; Mrs. Minnie G. Pric'gtn, Rt. 2. Clarkton; Ε ! ward lkner, lit. 3. Whiievillc; .J. Κ. I.ittl« , U< In»; J. MH"; \V. Sukhs, Williamson St., Wbiteville; ICHwar<l S. Cul Whitevilic; Billy Ii :·*·— 1 reis;.η lit. 3. Whilevill··; F. M. Watts. Rt. 3, Tabor City; J. H. Bullock, Chadbourn; J. I). Hnyati llo, Ht. 3, Wbiteville; Ι.···· !-- McC ill. tit. 2. Clarkton; Archie Jt nerette. Rt. 2, Loi i . S. C.; Arille Nobles, Ht. 2, Ta 'CUR I ST IAN SCIfNCi THURSDAY. 1>K( KMBKK19 Krad l.ukr 19:1-1« Οι»· tiling I know, thai, whcrvus 1 was blin<l, now I st·«·. (Jolin 9:25.) [ Λ few as;o, tin· Phil ippines rwmtl tu» r «in ΧνΐΊ.ιΙ montlis. Ί"« Inn«I lost its be lily us it <lt'ii-<l up aii<· vi'Xi'tutiou <>i<-il. I.ut wir μ storm brought in ht-avy ruins, in one wivk vegetation vumu οι κ ιο In« rain icstoifl to tli«· Philippine s'.t» «ruvH ttic In'uut.v and tin- majesty it l>a<t lost. ΙΊκ' i - ii in ««' · Iii' »Ulf« ι nri«. Di privcil <»f r;· «IN r«"lec»n i111> u latiolisliip, in.iii losis Iii sens» of sin^, jiooiln«·. aii'.i Kollresp« i t. IJ'Jt when Chri;;t enters our homes ; nil our lives. II« transfojnis tli« m into kin^'iorus - f wo ip, s< !: it· bor C iiv; v». Ij. Khoiit . Blatt en ln.ro. s|xx-t, humility. diligence. love, peace, and contentment. liy receiving Jet us, the blind man of our Hible verse acquired sight. The Samaritan , woman received Jesu.s and Iiis ofier of the water of life, and slu* re£.lined lespe tahility. ii'i'liy« us welcomed Jesus in • l.i. house, anil the bliss of if.IrcliiiliiS « \e flowed into his • ml .nil hou ." from the heart •·Ι Μ d. fCi^ht then and there tin- a ted tax collet tor became upright and a true steward of God. Accepting Christ made I ~ the difference. PRAYER Come, Lord Jesus, dwell'jlft us und renew us with Thy Re (li-eming love. Command, Lofd, and our darkness will tunvAu li«ht for Thy glory. In T^iy name we pray. Amen. Thought For The Day The Lord desires my ilfe improved daily in love ajid : holiness. M. Valdez Gurcii (Philippines) ^ ^_Coi^riKhl^Th»^Uppe^^22^ RÜEY'S CLOTHING STORE Ruey Hewitt, Owner Tabor City, Ν. C. AN AMERICAN HERO The true cowboy: living American symbol of independent man. Today there aren't as many true cowboys around. But the spirit they stand for is part of all that is America. That spirit lives in the professions, businesses and industries that serve you today—enterprises built and run by free and independent people. Businesses owned bv investors—by peo ple like you and vour neighbors—who still prize their freedom and their individuality. Yet some other neonle think that our federal government— rather than individuals—should own certain businesses. Our investor-owned electric light and power companies are one of their chief targets. Thfcse are companies built, run, owned by and employing people who believe in individual effort. They have served you well, and you have made them strong by your, support as a customer. When you consider what our country has alwavs stood for, can you see why anyone should want our federal government to do any job it doesn't have to do—such as owning and man aging the electric light and power business? Isn't it best to leave that to individuals, like you, who believe individual effort ia the quality that will alwavs keep our nation strong? ίΆΡΟΙΙΝΛ r»OWl p Λ LIGHT COMPANY An Inpetlor owned, tax-paying, public utility company English ttaite" ... «ι» gl*» »et o» Alt- PUPPOSP : LCTION ·η<1 DEODORANT STICK* ·' 11.00 pi vi« tm Individually, ALI· PURPOSE - LOTION »3 00 »3.00 «β.BO DCOOOftANT STICK «1.0« wWWWWwKi wpMMWMMwwwi SjwBfafr ..-y. 4l Leder-Pofrter Tabor City HEADGBJIBTEES FOR TOYS Now In Our 25th Year Serving Our Customers With The Finest In Toys Arad Horns Appliasicss SEE CHANNEL 13 WBTV FOR SPECIAL ADV. PROGRAM WESTERN AUTO STORE Tabor City, Ν. C. 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