MONDAY, JULY i, 1946 BLYTI1EVILLE (ARK.V COURIER NEWS Election Charges Bring Inquiry Senate Committee to Send Investigators Into Montana. WASHINGTON, July 1. (UP) — A Semite committee prepared today Jo send investigators to Montana Jo study the charges of Sen. Burton *•• Wheeler, D.. Mont., that "scurrilous material" \ s being circulated against him In his'campaign lor re-election. Another senate committee post- l)oned until today consideration of n reijucsl that it investigate the campaign ucllcs p£ gen Tlleo<lore o. Bilbo. D. .Miss., as regards Negroes. 6 W 1 . The same Uvo senators—Edwin C, Johnson, D., Colo., and Styles Bndgcs. H., N. H.. made the decisions for [joth committees. Acting for the special committee to investigate campaign expenditures, they said the investigators would make a Rcncral study | n Montana at the '.scurrilous material" and would try to find out who had financed It. As mcmhr-rs ol the privileges and flections committee, (hey postponed action on n request by Sen. Glen H. Taylor. D.. Idaho, that Bilbo's attacks on Negroes' voting rights be investigated. Bilbo has been urging his fellow Mississipians to prevent Negroes trom voting in the State Democratic primary next Tuesday. Edgar G. Brown, director of the National Negro council, released the text of n telegram to President Truman. The council assailed the committee's postponement of the Bilbo hearing until Monday. Brown wired the President that the action was "!nexcusabl= under the circumstances and a dodge °f responsibility." Ke called on Mr. Truman to send federal troops to protect, the polls. "Tlie federal government," he said, "should certainly preserve the same law and order on the home front as carried out by Gen. Mac- Arllnir on election day, April 10, 1916, for the Japanese people." - PAGE SEVEN ( Miners Complain Of Food Shortage Kcntuckians Find Situation Critical In Two Coal Areas. LHX1NOTON, Ky.. July 1. (Ul'l —Miners tire "nciirlug Hi'n limit of their endurance" In llie HnmrA unrt 'Ms Sandy coid fields were scarcity of food has created 11 crlllcul .situation, Snm Caddy, president of District w. United Mine Workers, said today. Caddy said l(i had messaged Kniulcky's senators Alben W. Harklcy and Wllllnm A. SbnllU and OI'A administrator Paul I'oilei lo "act ut once" lo relieve the situation. S. Honum, secretary of the 111« Sundy-Elkhom coal 'operators association, said the sltuntlon had not fused "in all" since last week when Ihe miners first were rcponcr crumbling over lack of bread, meat and other food Items. Homan sal^ no company niciuhnr;* of the association hwd received food shlpmcnlK "to amount (o anything' (or the commissaries at which mln crs purchase food supplies, lie added chicken was about the only ficsl meat obtainable. The bread situation WHS Senate Okehs Extension of RFC Powers WASHINGTON, July I. (in>i — The Senate today had relumed in ',i\e house i\ resolution cxtondlni; ho lending powers of the ti'con- Irucllon llmince corporation milII une HO, 1940. The measure also extends the Ifo or succession of RFC to June 0, 1952, |n order to allow the uKcncy o liquidate Its a«-sclf< and wind up Is nffnlrs. ItFC's Icndlnff puwm Matches can be waterproofed by | Between three and four rabbit pping the heads In a creamy skins are used to make one felt olution made by dissolving slid- Mini, in denatured alcohol. 1 Pitching Daisy Diplomats' jitters over possibility that Yugoslavs might attempt to seize Trieste, despite iho fact that it lies wholly within the Anglo-American occupation zone, were pointed up by the dispatch to that troubled cily of the U. S. Mediterranean naval force—a cruiser and two destroyers—"to support the army of occupation." Recurrent movements of Yugoslav troops behind the "Morgan Line" ijjf dividing occupation areas has added to the tension. Map shows relation of Anglo-D. S. and Yugo• —- »P- ila5^ZOIl£S^-iViUl.ljliet__sno.ttin.5.Ttieste jnjreJaLioj) to_Italy._ Naples Jurist Heads Italy's New Republic ROME. June 29. (UP)—Henry de Nicola, 65. Naples Jurist, was elected president of the newly established Italian republic yesterday. The election of De Nicola to th! presidency by the assembly followed an agreement amony Italy's three biggest parties to support him. The decision was readied in separate parliamentary caucuses of the Christian Democrats, Socialist's and Communists. The government or Premier Alcide de Gasperl was expected to resign within a few hours, clearing the way for a new three-p^rty pov- ernment probably under the pre miership of De Oaspcri. De Nicola was free of any tain of Fascism. He was born In Na pies, hotbed of monarchial pro]>u nent-s, but never took sides In ih dispute over the monarchy arid re public. Since he retired, from the liberal party and politics in ;92 he has been above party member ship. «ric ni'hcdulert lo expire on -J»i). 22, 19VI. The tjenale also pacscd and returned to the House a bill exieml- for one year the fcdernl Fartfi orlgirt! Cor.l>ratlon Act. The act was scheduled lo expire July I, WH. critical, Honum said, with only scant shipment* trickling In from Virginia, Tennessei mid a few ollii'r southern points. TERMIN1X TERMITE CONTROL Triple Guarantee 1. <!uar»utred by Hruc« Tcrinlnlx (tampany, !. Gunruiilerri liy K. I,, nriir* C'a. 3. Ouarunleci) by Sim Insurance tilth-f. BRUCE TERMINX CO. Ucmisce of F. In Bnico Company Mix 1270 Memphis, Tvnn. We Havtt Them! . . . 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