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P Page Two THE MALAKOFF NEWS Friday, November 29, 1963 .5 Lone Star Producing Company's Chemical Division recently completed installing a fire protect:on system at its Trinity River Plant near Keren . A portion of the sys- tem, a fire water line and storage tank with pump building, is shown here under constructior. The plant, which will produce LSP brand chemical fertilizers, will be completed in late 1964. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY En~red at the Postoffice at Malakoff as matter of the second class. L. J. SCHOLL, Ed~or Subscription price in Henderson County, $2.00 per year Outside Henderson County, $2.50 Outside State of Texas, Legal Classified Advertising Rate 2-cents Per Word. Resolutions and Cards of Thanks must be paid for at regular ~. In case of error in advertisement this paper will not be re- sponsible for more than the cost of the advertisement. i scorn from the student travelers toward both the State Depart- ment and the Committee, he said they were following the most un-American tradition ever in those demonstrations. Most of them were dupes of the Com- $-~.00 J munists. Propaganda Junkei In handling the problem, the best our government came up i had dug up information showing the leaders of the excursion to have ties with Communist fronts. One of the leaders has claimed to be working toward "a revo- lutionary Socialist Party" in the U. S. and expects the "working class" to "seize control of the State." Another told newsmen in Havana that the American visitors were Marxist-Lininist and would defend the right of the Communist Party to exist in the U. S. Another is employed by an organization officially cited as a Communist h-ont. One wonders whether t h e s e pro-Castro students have now returned to college and univers- ity campuses to continue their propaganda stint, pleading sym- pathy for the "brilliant success" of the bearded dictator. -Evi- dently this junket qualifies them to join the renewed drive being undertaken by the Communist Party to rebuild its youth move- ment in a "softer" America. One major tactic, according to the Senate Internal Security Sub- committee is to flood campuses with speakers. C o m m u n i s t spokesmen appeared on more than 30 campuses last year. That record will doubtless fall as soon as these young Fidelistas move out into the lecture circuit. CAPITOL NEWS (Continued from page 1) help run the state in 1952, when the average U. S. citizen chipped in 3.9 per cent to his state. Last year the average Texan paid 4.9 per cent of his income for state taxes, while the average in other states doled out only 4.7 p/.963 RESS ASSOCIATION By GEORGE S. BENSON REPEAT PERFORMANCE On May 30, 1960, a sorry spec- tacle was staged at City Hall in San Francisco. There fanatical Communists got enough support from misdirected and poorly in- formed young people to accom- plish the berak-up of hearings being conducted by the U. S. Congress, through its House Committee on Un-American Ac- tivities. There are otherwise sol- id citizens who to this day will insist, despite all the evidence, a widely shown filmed version, and the subseqquent testimony, that nothing serious was amiss. No Communist conspiracy. No sub- version of youth. U. S. Commun- issts all discredited and power- less. Just a demonstration for civil rights. The Communists still dislike, with reason, the House Un-Amer- ican Activities Committee. And Experi Watchmaking and i Jewelry Repair Pho. 664 Athens. Texu| Z the party is still p o w e r f u 1 enough, despite the intent of Su- preme Court decision to curb its activities that are yet to be en- forced, to pull off another dem- onstration. This time it was stag- ed as near to the Halls of Con- gress as it is possible to get. Those who have insisted the San Francisco riot didn't htppen must now be impressed, post facto, with the presence of some kind of power apparatus in operation for Communist purposes. They Don't Show Up The Committee was undertak- ing to get the facts of the il- legal visit that 59 students made to Cuba this summer as guests of Fidel Castro. It was Chairman Willis himself who was presid-~ ing when the San Francisco fra- cas took place. This time he had to call off the hearings after two days of what press services described as the "noisiest" and roughest demonstrations at the Capital in years." On the first day 15 yelling, kicking demon- strators were ejected. Next day, a reinforced squad of policemen had to clear out at least 35, some from the hearing room. In ending the public hearings, Congressman Willis said he be- lieved the "ugly episode" was Communist inspired but that for per cent. state taxes are climbing up- ward all over the country, but in Texas the climb has been quicker than in other states. This is partly due, because the average Texan's income has not risen as fast as his taxes, or as fast as the average income. with was a State Department reprimand in the form of a can- celled passports after completion of the trip. This seems con- sistent with the current warn- ing trend that Washington fol- lows in the Cold War and is lit- tle different from the treatment accorded by the Attorney Gen- eral to known Communists, who carry on their activities as if all were forgiven. A five-year pris- on term could be legally impos- ed on these violaters of the ban on travel to Cuba. Is this reluc- tance to crackdown a firm policy of Washington? Estimates are that this propa- ganda junket may have cost Fi- del Castro as much as $200,000. The s t u d e n t s had to go via Prague, some 8,000 miles out of their way, because Canadian au- thorities would not permit a Cu- ban plane to pick them up. But apparently very little was done by Washington to interfere. Once in Cuba the group frolicked with Fidel and other Communist brass. They beamed broadcasts f r o m Radio Havana about all the truth they had discovered. New Crop of Lecturers By this time some news media Methodist Bulletin The Reverend Thomas L. Jones pastor will speak at the 11:00 a. m. worship service, Sun- day, on the subject:. GREAT EX- PECTATIONS. The sacrament of Holy Communion will be admin- istered at this service. The "com- munion offering" will be ear- marked for the Methodist Home at Waco. The M. Y. F. will meet at 6:00 p. m. in the Fellowship Hall. The pastor will speak at the 7:00 p. m worship service on the lopic: ARE YOU A SHADOW OR A LIGHT? The W. S. C. S. will meet at 9:30 a. m. in the Fellowship Hall. The Official Board will meet Wednesday at 7:00 p. m. in the Fellowship Hall. Mabank Wins Bi-Dist. Game On Hearts Forever-- MABANK, Tex.--The Mabank Panthers spotted the Leverett's Chapel Lions 16 points and came back to knot the score and win tl~e bi- district championship on penetrations, 8-2, here Friday night. Fullback Don Morley went off tackle and sped 35 yards in the opening period to send the Lions ahead. Halfback Walter Hudson then crashed over for the conver- sion, and an 8-0 lead. Quarterback Bill Adams and Hudson teamed up to make it 14- 0 in the second period. The pass play c ov e r e d 40 yards, and Adams ran over the conversion, and it was 16-0 and Mabank fans must have thought they were in for a sound beating. But the Panthers have a tradi- tion for being dangerous even when they do trail by a couple of touchdowns, and they came fighting back. Mike Gibbs cap- peda 40-yard march in the sec- cnd period, scoring from th, e ~:hree, and Quarterback Billy A1- good ran over the extra points to make it 16-8. Algood scored again just be- fore the end of the first half, moving over from two yards out after the alert Panthers recover- ed a fumble of the kickoff on the I,ions' two. Halfback Robert Eubanks scored the important conversion. During the third and fourth quarters, the Panthers camped in L~veretts Chapel's territory while keeping the Lions from mounting a single threat. The Panthers moved to the 18, 7, 8, 9 and 15 and 13 yard markers dur- ing the second half of play. The Mabank Panthers also roll- ed up 19 first down to only five for the visitors. 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