The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 16, 1947 · Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1947 BLYTHEVJLLfi (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 'Disloyalty Bill' Passed by House Action in Senate Not Expected Before Adjournment BY GRANT DIIXMAN United Tress Slaff Correspondent WASHINGTON. July 1C. (UP)— A controversial House bill aimed «t weeding oat disloyal government workers hoxtcrt for the Senate today and a tilglVy uncertain late. Tho •'.ceis'atSon. which would re onlre mi individual investigation of come 2.4CO.CCO federal employes, was okayed by the House »He yrs- terdny by a roll call vote of 319 to 61. An clforl to send K\e nvsisurc back -la the House Civil Service Ccmmitlee, wit.h instructions to rewrite it to provide for an appeal's procedure, was voted down 248 to 133. There \vas almost no pos \ibiV.y the Scrt'i'.c could act on the bill before the Sunnier adjiunmicnt teciuse of the preps of olhor important business. TCie Senate lias held i") hearings on the mcasurs Bind Congress is slate:! to quit Julv 23. Tim bill was not' included on the list of "nvj'-f 1 repjs''ation rc- ccntlv drown iiji by Senate Re- publHin leaders. Tho measure would 'toss out President, Truman's proposal to lot cac), pcvemment agency o'lenk the loyoVv of its own employes nnc! .substitute an independent fivr-ircirher ]«yaV, v bowd. If a du?,'_ invest^ailnn by Hie Civil Service Commission land the r'BI produced evidence of disioy- slly en the part of a worker ihc loyalty board could order his immediate dismissal. Opponents charged that the bill was unconstitutional They said the board wouid h e used to lihrass ( libers-thinking federal employes and might be used for political "fircar" purposes. Supporters snid it was necessary to protect national security by eliminating 'from the federtu payroll disloyal employes who might have access to important inforn: at ion. 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