The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1946 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 17, 1946
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TUESDAY, DEOIOinER 17, 1040 BLYTIIEVILLE; (ARK.) COURIRR NEWS Ballot Probers Ask More Time Senate Committee Wants Extension of At Least Two Months WASHINGTON, Dec. 17. tl)P> — T1"' Senate Campaign InvcstiB irig Conunitleo prepared loday to ask Ine Scnole for a new lease on life .so it can complete inquiries into contested elections in Delaware, Maryland and Mississippi. The committee, voted in a closed meeting last night lo ask that its expiration date be extender until the end o( February, It now is slated to expire Deo. 31. Chairman Allen J. Ellender, I), l.a.. said the two-month extension will permit the committee 10 function while the hepublican leadership is setting up a new committee for the 80th Congress. "We are anxious to gel as many facts as possible cleared up by the current investigation," he said. lie said the committee discussed the three controversial elections, but came to no conclusions. The group decided however, to concentrate on the Maryland investigation so the issue could lie decided at the committee's Christmas-week meeting. In the Maryland election, Democrat Herbert R. O'Conor was declared (he winner over Republican 15. John Markey by 2,232 votes, j Maikry has charged that more than! lO.uao voles sverc miscounted. I Ellendcr said two investigators now in Delaware would join three others in Maryland to push tlln 1 inquiry into Markov's charges. He said the committee had asked the election supervisor in Baltimore in hold iii> dioosal of the citv's voting machines. The committee already lias held a four-day hearing in Mississippi on chaises that Sen. Theodore G. Uilba. D.. Miss., had coerced and intimidiited Negro voters. >Ellcnder saic! a resume of "the facts" of the hearings would be presented to the committee at its next meeting. Elleuder also reported that: 1. The committee has disposed ol a complaint from a Pennsylvania citizc-n that Republican Senator- Klect Edward Martin, while governor, tried to give the commonwealth a monopoly on liquor sales. Kllender said the committee had in jurisdiction over Martin's acts governor. 2. The Delaware controversy involved the impartiality of Republican election workers who were to strike front registration lists the names ol unqualified persons. In the election. Republican John J. Williams unseated Sen. James Ttin- neil. 3. So far. no formal complaint lias been filed against the re- eleftion of Seti. Detmis Chavez. D.. N. M., or Sen, Harlcy M. Kiluore. r>.. W. Va. How HCL Affects Workers' Earnings lAHUAKY 1045 • ppUAJtS; ,| | Ll_] J ' 1 • ; -I J OURASUG MWi-Ll ! 1\1 1 I "I" trfF^Hli NON-DURASU GOOoT"^ ' i '•.: rA't'MnjTm-s-btff} r-n-rrt-i- Sx< -i—-T^HHr ! - ; . 1 f !' i ' TJZlBlA1131 TrTtid' S: — Oft.... "R £ Figuring in terms of the {minted 10-15 dolUir, tlie chart above sho^s decline in workers' avcrnyi.' weekly eaiuings. according to survey . made by Robert H. Nathan Associates, Washington business analysis, fit request of the CIO. Average weekly earnings in manufacturing declined more Hum S7 during 1015, will) most of the drop in durable goods industries, where average "real" earnings It'll over $10 during the year. $350,000 Loss In Kentucky Distillery Fire WILDER. Ky., D.v. 17.—101') •- Flumi's tluit swept through the bottling unit of 1'i'bblclord Distillery here yi'sleiday damaged Ijulldln^.s, equipment nn<t whisky to the amount of $350.000. The building m whlcli lite plant was housed wu.s valued «i about $160.0(10. ' 1 l.-asi- biinn tny iladdy n slmiH 1 !y blonde ubout' live fwi. two Illl'lii'S li.ll." .PAGE THREE t\ Daddy May Have Helped Son Henry Write Letter To Dear Old Santa Clans Senator Taff Addresses Georgia Clubs ATLANTA. On.. Dec. n.--UJI'i —Son. Robert A, Tuft. R.. O., s ni<l | yesterday that it looks like Prt'si- <ii'nt Triiman Is going lo beat the Republicans to removal of »!1 war- tiini- controls. Hut if Ilierc are any left when (ho GOP Uike.s control of Congre.^-i next year, 'raft .said, the> will be rapidly done away will). He predicted llml all restrictions on business nnd industry win be removed by July 1. Taft told n joint civic club inocl- ins llml tbe Republlctin victoiy »t Ihc polls tliis year was a marinate to the. government- lo bnlnnce power between labor and management nnd tlnil this would bf one oj the inn lor tasks to be undertaken. The triumph, he said, was also a mandate to put an end to "lo- WASHER SERVICE I'hilllp Fn-i Vienna Gleaners, 1'aus, liona »•! SUB, Appliance* llc^xlred ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., inc. J. W A JAMS Mir. t'lfOS.' 3011 ->(lft.nR W. M»l" NEWAIIK, N. J. Hoiisy belii-ves ni His letler was lloslofliuc, which Simla's mail. K), i.«k«(l only notlu'r, he Inhuman" government In the United Stales. Tun said that he thought President Trumim was influenced to hc.H wartime controls too !ony, mainly by tlio CIO Political Action committee, ' K.irlicr. Tail told newsmen that he does not consider himself actively a candidate for the Republican . presidential nomination in 1 »•!?,. '• The Aleutian islands exleud Inr- ther west ol Seattle than Maine extends east of Seattle. All Kinds of FIREWORKS for Christ-mas at BUCHANAN'S Gro. & Mkt. North Highway 61 >-» KillLsnoos, Alaska, is one of the ! smallest, the world. Jt | had a po])Ulation of three in the j 1930 census. •' "Eat a Bonnee at Barney's Delicious BONNEE BUTTERED STEAK SANDWICH BARNEY'S DRUG STORE Ui-i-. 17. (UP)-- Siuitn Clans, opened bv Hi opens ull o himself, Henr tin air a.-,ked i rille. Por fur coal. We Repair All Make Radios LOYHeiT Chevrolet Co. For Kids Wagons Pull Toys Dolls Scooters Hobby Horses PLANTERS HARDWARE CO., Inc. 126W. Main Sr. Phone 51 5 j!/bi>!f im filled 2nO(i \V. .Main SI. Phone M-17 ^ At drastically reduced prices! One lot of toys priced from 59c to S3.00 Mysfolii, ChincsL- checkers, dart hoards. Skyliawk Sfiuadrnn, hl.ickhnardif, machine .yuiis, i\l it-key .Mouse |)iill (nvs, dolls sUil'I'ed iinimnls, litnUs, maijiscoiJes, ABC cliai-aclfr"Y>lmT>,. liltlc Elmer, [itisli carls, clc. Reduced to SCk One lot of toys priced from SI.49 to S6.00 Kublicr telephones, dolls, spin Modi.s, tool chosls with Inuls, twin KIIH :<iui holster se(. 22 inth leather scahbard and winclen knife, doll K(roller, roller (ol, clc. Reduced to $1.00 GIFT Snorting Goods X N ^^ " All Wheel Goods Reduced 25 to 33 1 '0 Also for your selection . . . Juicers, (ousters, broiling pressure cookers, healing pads, !'\ro.v jviff sets and percolators. Cutlery—Silverware—Carving sets, Kleclrol outboard motors. Hunting- & Fishing equipment, l,o\v temperature home, Vacuum cleaners—tank K- slick type, records and record players. ADAMS'APPLIANCE CO. FOR HIM! AT WARDG C?C?.T3 CilOP DROHSOM CA57IH3 Ri;-_ ••lo-.l.k-n" i.,oJ,-l I/OQI IcvJ ONE-PIECE CASTING ROD I lu* oil ^li-'pl lip v/lll rhf.-jn.j pluToJ Qi;idL-t, lip lop -.,11; wourikj ur.J coiV. <>ii|). ilolli Cor XI !.<}() "WESTERN" KNIFE V.r>ilo fn.ido of tho f..-.^:: foiJOj ilCi.1! ^KciJlh itirl. 2.75 '.'. II. I. OUT11OAUD IT.OTGP. l.l|;l.l»--ik-l>l • i-nly h';^l - .lli\.-* 208 W. Main St. J. W. ADAMS, Mgr. ' Repair Service on All electrical Appliances Phone 2071 r r .1 I I - > [>•[., 82.15 RUBBCK BASKETBALL 7. 14.95 ! CM MOSSBERO idol \ll^ Lull ucilon rc- ale' s'iilK 3 ouly lo-odjust Ills. Nov( .. . "I W<ml«. •24.95 -^% ^COUPOH BOOKS., May be spent as Cash for any item at Wards! Lovely l>! IdiH dtielle , . . 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