The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 5, 1944 · Page 6
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umtrx BLYTHEVILLH (ARK.) COURIER NEW* SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1944 SKIS TRUTH IRREFUTABLE PR MClUn-ACINCULlURUJHPllHEillttWERfr •/AMMtMUAW-ClO) v 3^- X "- "H'^S : V; •••'••'•: . '1 t 1 *, Kr. «. t. Hur-lll.lt ,/> '( •:.. Ol tipij 16 j;nr rnt;.l l»nt/- to l!< CIO filiiml icllcncuiltui'i uuL-ri«»i>t cf { k£ ?*;uiftln{ i/,» Mltlfil Acll?n ccailtu* to »rlt'« jcu la thli r«&trd. I do ncl prllu±l t» kutt* U,» Aill diliLlj or •*>} J>f It •n^Mtl AM lftir*fon kill fcm <h< u*U, KU.III CIt/, A <tpj C f four UUir to h£, t u t.r* hi vlll t»l In tOLch iLtri /cu. 'It E&ctttOfi C'f*rtn«ct | * . Av'i,. tj''<? SIDNEY ' HIULMAf* • CHAIRMAN i R. J. THOMAS SECRETARY FULBR • "I 4o not presume to know the FULL details of why he (Fulbright) is endorsed and therefore will have the Committee (Political Action Committee) give you the complete information." ! (Signed) William Levitt I**-' i -xi Is The Candidate of CIO'S POLITICAL* ! ACTION COMMITTEE ^^(• f: if -. ..,m / . •"- .p ^ .'••••' , ,^ r s ! L...,. ....,• AlyicTc ^LITICAl^ACTION^COM^mr^ 1 **^ " "Concerning the records, a compilation of votes furnished us from Washington shows that FULBRIGHT on 51 votes voted Plus 31 times, Minus 18 times and was absent twice,.. the Plus votes indicate votes FAVORABLE TO OUR ATTITUDE." (Signed) W, A. Holloway 1 (Regional Director CIO Political Action Committee)' .VAN A. BITTNER VICE-CHAIRMAN • ALBERT J- FITZGERALD SHERMAN DALRYMPLE DAVID j. MACDONAUD :'- :i ^fl \':WJ$*" • *->- f *y?yi SUITE 612, FIDELITY BUILDING 911 WALNUT ST. KANSAS CITY 6, MO. mss t^^OTHRl. KANSAS OIV 6, 28, _ 1944 L, ''•^$'r-*$Mi ..-:.'<!,;::••?Xx'gmt i'Af)£<..:••>*.••- - : - "*^v'i- ±±- ; -W;( l fl.^-•••-•. • -v-••;•••••*••;<:•$? 4? Cl as g f Marble City i..' Oklahoma ' W. A. (JUNE) HOLLOWAY REOtONAL DIRECTOR -<n RESIGN 10 e .~^^-^^' - . Pear Mr. Kunnicuttt ''.'-'.' '•',. '':'.':!'( ' Your letter of-recent date'addressed to Mr. Levitt,' Educatiq? Department Director, in which you inquire concerning.the endorse-- y ment for Senatorial candidates in the Arkansas Primary has been referred to us for > , f'*" i "We sincerely trust that there was not any activity in the preliminary race (ejection of July 25th) that will prevent our membership throughout Arkansas from delivering its unified strength FOR Congressman Fulbright on August 8th." j (Signed) W. A. Holloway l Director CIO Political Action Committee) • r^ei'<^.>-ml?;>.£-. ^gd!l[j»t»^frtwmitl»^ v '.^f, The Political Action-Committee?which" in Arkansas has teen working in cooperation with the Arkansas Voters League, did not make an announced State-wide endorsement in the Senatorial race ' due to the fact that both Mrs. Caraway and Mr. Fulbright had been! .very considerate of the things that we:.were interested in in Con-' gress. >-It seemed that perhaps a majority of our membershix, in .Arkansas was favorable to Fulbright over Mrs. Caraway because an analysis-of the-.progress of the campaigns indicated that Fulbright. .was going to be a considerably stronger, candidate than Mrs. Car a- ^ way; ano the thing that we were most interested in was that Colonel _ Barton be eliminated in'the preliminary primary. -.- V 1 ' Concerning the records, a compilation of votes furnished us from Washington shows.that on 55 votes, this includes votes on c amendments as well as on the Congressional Act itself, Mrs. Caraway had plus on 27 votes, minus on 26 and"was absent twice. Fulbrighb on_51 votes vpted plus 31 times, minus 18 times and was absent • twice. « ihese compilations are upon votes cast during the last"' ; session of Congress. . In the foregoing analysis, the plus votes indicate votes favorable to our attitude and the minus votes unfavorable. . • .. »-.(.- • ' •'. . ^ . As the preliminary primary last Tuesday resulted in putting Congressman Fulbright and Governor Adkins in the run-off, we sin- qerely trust that there was not any activity in the preliminary race tnat will prevent our membership-throughout Arkansas from delivering its unified strength for Congressman Fulbright on i ust otn, __«».,. c, .-• - . i cc; William H. Levitt V. A. Holloway e * HOMER ADKINS Candidate for U. S. SENATE

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