The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 15, 1947 · Page 7
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JVKDNKSIMY, JANUAHY 15, 104V (AUK.) COUJUKlt Anti-Filibuster Bill Faces Test Southern Senators Plan Ail-Out Fight To Block GOP Move lly I>AVTO\ MOOKU United rrcss Stuff Correspondent WASHINGTON, Jan. 15. ( u.I\) — Southern senators organised forces today for an allout fight iiliaiml uml-fihbustvr IcgislatlO'i. They did the preliminary sp.ulc- yturk :il nn informal meeting cail- •r by Sen. John ir. Overtoil, u., Wliile no definite strategy was adopted, some of the Southern Democrats indicated they, mi-jilt, resort to a filibuster lo (It anti-filibuster legislation. Overtoil siiUI the Southcrii'.-r* would "present all the arguments" aKiiinsl such legislation when it, readies the floor. Sen. Walter p. George, D., On.. was selected chairman by the Ijroup. He said he Intended to confer with Senate Democratic Leader Mbeii W. Barkley, Ky., on a possible conference of all Sen- arc Democrats on aiill-HHbus'.cr- JiiB Icgisation. Overtoil called the mceliiiff yes- tcrday in the face of Republican efforts to amend Senate rules aim Permit, limitation of debate by a simple majority. A two-thirds vote now is required to stop debate by invoking cloture. or the pig rule.' Tlie Southerners contended that, the Senate's traditional rule unlimited debate is essential to protect rights of its minority. However, several acknowledge! that their immediate fear wn.< that Republicans were clearing !.hc way for passage of anti-poll" tnx iintj-lyiicliing and mandatory Ulr employment practices legislation. Southern Democrats almost solidly oppose the three proposals The HC)>iib)icnn majority aart ,_ some Democrats favor them, how • ever, leaving filibuster tactics vir ^tually the only hope of Southerners for blocking their passage. Twelve Southern' Democrats at tended the meeting- called by Overtoil. They were Sens. ciy<l< n. lioey and Wllliin B. Umsteaa N. c.: Burncl R, Maybank and Olin D. Johnston, S. C.! Georgo and Richard n. Russell, Ga.; Us tcr Hill and John Spnrkmsn Ala.: Tom Comially and W. Lee O-Daniel. Tex.; and John \,. Me- Clcllan, Ark. One said that they could coiui on . 19 Southerners takln^ "vigorous, determined action" agains any move to change the vote re qnirement on cloture from a two thirds to a simple majority. Sen. J. W. Fillbright, D., Ark who opposes limiting debate gen crally by a simple majority vote said he might offer a compromise He proposed that Senate r'.'.le. be changed-to .permit '90 per c?nr.| of the senators .to stop debate at' any time. He said this would p.l-[ low unlimited debate for a:vy sizeable regional group, but would prevent a half dozen or less senators tieing up tlie Senate with a talkathon. ' How Navy Plans Three-Way 'Attack' on South Polar Continent Commission ] /nvest/gates | Many Claims PAGE!SEVEN I.VITU.; HOCK, AlK,, Jnn, ... <UI'»--.A Inliil ol 1,531 active cases were on tho rolls ol the Arkansas' Woikmcn'.s Componsntlon Commis-' sion nt the close of (lie lilcnnlimi! rn<:'.lit! June 30, 1048, iicmrriJiiR lo I he biennial rejiort .siibimttod Ui reports and diir- which a clnliimnt us n result of Injury suffered on Ihe Job lt> dls- nl)l('<l for more tlinn seven rtays dinlmj which Intic ht receives hon- mi.'i. In lion -compoitsiible cases !he i-liiljiKinl ts dlsoblcrt less truii rvrn ilnys but is entitled to mcc.'- U'iil care nt the experte of his en ployer. i IU 3CG no m the A rotn U S N w ,m,, .,lx>ie ihoBv how Adm RKluul L B jid, Antn c tment One woup of RPl , Achn nUh a ,,l ,,. C,u,on, u sk Fori; ., maenet.e pole, and the central 8 rou,,, based at Little America, (. \i>cdltion pi ins a Unce-pionRccI e^l'loi Hum n r the Siouth I'olnr con- Jo will work over Ellsworth Land, another In the vlclnnily of the south willwork over Ross Ice Shelf toward South Pole. Faith of Christians Essential To World Peace, Bishop Soys WASHINGTON. Jan. 15.—(UP' —The Kt. Rev. Henry Knox Shcr- rill was installed yesterday us "presiding bishop of the Protc.sliint Episcopal Church of the United States with a plea to Christinas to hel|> world peace by living up to their faith. "Let us have done with easy *>(UK. thoughtless complacency,'' he told the 2500 persons who crowded Washington Cathedral for the ceremonies. "Tlie world must find evidence of the presence of Christ in the membership of the Christian Church, 1 ' he said. "The first task Is to see that we and all who arc of the church arc Christian." Turning to domestic matters in his installation address, hn -said that when the war-born need for cooperation removed "we revert lo selfish alms nnd objectives." Sherrill cited "evidences of ugly racial a ml religious intolerance." the-"alarming" increase in the divorce rate and the "widespread problem or juvenile delinquency" stemming from broken homes. "Deeper than all of these outward signs." he said, "is to be found a growing spirit of secularization evident in the atmosphere of our homes, our schools, our colleges, our personal lives." Church, government and dlpti- mnlic leaders attended the colorful installation ceremonies. There were more than 100,000 miles of international boundaries throughout the world at the outbreak of World Wnr II. Auto License Sales Bring in Million Plus LITTLE ROOK. Ark. Jan. 15. (UP)—Tho State Revenue Depnrl- nicut today announced the collection of 51,195.513 ir. the sale of motor vehicle and drivers' licenses in the first 13 days of 1947. Commissioner Otho A. Cook said (he stale's sales have not reached the halfway mark as total sales last year amounted to $1,864.635. Auto licenses accounted for *!.- Kll.5li5. chauffeurs' licenses to $12.•181. transfer and loss to $341, drivers' licenses to S-!8,KM, and transit lo $3,102. Phone 2882 for a Taxi O. K. CAB Jack Marsh, Owner •vl Be Sure! INSURE With The FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 North Second DIAL 2311 For Complete Protection CHAS. BITTNER CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales —- Service NOTICE Notice is hereby given that W. J. Wumlcrlich. doing business as the %8 Tuxi has mncle application lo opprate four cars fov-hlr c I,, the City of Blythcvillc. Any jjrotc.st should be in writing Kn«l filed in the office or the City Clerk. Frank Whitworlh City Clerk. Greatest tarin toll in 1915 wns|BSC(i ilralhs n's compared taken by home accidents, wilh| driuhs In 10H. I o 0000 -SALE- FARM LAND and FINE BUSINESS SITES Just North of City Limits on Highway 61. Desirable tracts for Subdividing. Also luivc Gl) A. Choice I'armlanil. williln improvements, Jiil)i;ln- inc rlly limits on Ka.st Kh1« Dlvhion Street. For Kull 'Infoimillion Wrile OVVIHT. 101) ROf.KHK, Sun Antonio, Tcxus If>l2 Alamo S'jitl. l.nnry todny. imission receive . -rornpen.sublp cases wo-ycar period, cmiibli: claim I,-, , ; i Test Ordered MAKKlfON, AiV., Jnn. 15. IUP) 'Bnoiic County circuit Judrcc O:\r- ncr P.-iiser today authorized 20- vcnr-old Calvin GrxjRln 10 be sent lo si-ic iirviiltui tn r Nervous Di- .sra.w.i In I.ltllc nick for R month'.i . bii'iv •Him. OciOKln was chnr«eci wlll\ first tlriiice inurdrr In ronncctlou wltii tho. slaying Sept. • 17 of . Oat* 3^?? £3?. "*"*»??? WARNINGI ACT FAST 0« Fin. Worm Mteliwa \ wi idflr.. Ana.it Ti -lio Ml/ cr«tur«., living u« kumin body, tin utM mllilii» " 80 Aw't tak.«h««. SSb HtJfSSi , And don't mfftr > linxta n*tdl«a — i*-ZI Iron th. mWrlr, o itch or oth.r Irou W <M JAJNI'* f-W » v/orm*. , F-W !• • not U»«<1 on u < pr^elpl. .htch hu o 'J>.«~lln« with thi.lnf«tto«. r-W We Buy and SD!! GOOD USED CARS Bill Chamblin — LCI (JhambUn Railroad & Ash Sts. Phone 215)5 LET US GIVE YOUR CAR; OUR COMPLETE MOJOR DIAGNOSIS! WE'LL MAKE THAT CAR OF YOURS PERK RIGHT UP! WE MAKE MOTORS COME IN TODAY! We sppciili/c in moior tune-up and overhaul. U you're nni jjcctitip the /iplit rmle:*Bc. if (he tar Isn't putlinj; ihc way it uictl i«, let nur faaciy-u JI.ICL! experts look into it. In [net, we h^vc titrything in make your cat run Jikc new again. Iry \i* ami ice why we hive (he failcit Rrow/nR service buiincss fn town. SHELTON MOTOR CO. 121 W. Ash St. Phone 438 two mules named Beulah. ani Joe, /f When it domes to starting we know. Once somebody Lacked us, , "Right into a caxJtus, Thauts -the way *66'makes you £c Get Phillips 66 Gasoline un.-. * i t-vi -ii- ..... . ... What tnnkra Plilllipa (i(> H tiirt no quickly . . wnrm ui> HO ensilv Jhpso cold momiiiBH? Tlmt cifra measure of high-volatility elements! Yrs, I'hillips drawn on its vnst. reaorvon of high-tuut milunil gnaohno to boost Iho volntilily of PhUlipg 66 <is Iho temperature goca down. You'll find thnl thU "controlled volntilily" will help you to Iwttcr driving, quicker etarting, faster wiirm-un, ns tho weather gets colder. Stop nt tlie next orange- and-blnck '«6' sign and be shownl For grood AS THE SEASONAL TEMPERATURE 6OES POWN.,.PHILUPS 66 Housewife's pause • OITIED UNDEI AUIIIOBIl* Of THE COCA-COIA COMPANY BY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. of BLYTHEV1LLE Due to higher wages and increased cost of supplies we are forced to raise our prices as listed: These Prices in Effect Jan. 14 Wash Job (automobile) Lubricate (automobile) Wash Job (trucks) Lubricate (trucks) Wash Job (trucks & trailers) Lubricate (trucks & trailers) Car Trrc Repairs Truck Tire Repairs (outside dual) Truck Tire Repairs (inside dual) Battery Charging 1.00 & up Battery Service Trip 50 & UD $1.00 1.00 1.50 1.50 2.00 2.00 .75 1.50 & up 2.00 & up Towing Service .50 & up BIylhcvillc Motor Co. Marr's Auto Service Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. Langslon-Wrolen Co. Modinger Tire Co. Lee Service Station K. M. Larkin Service Sta. Neely Flowers Service T. I. Scay Motor Co. W. S. Allen Service Station Phillips Motor Co. Chapman's Service Station Esso Station Mn. & Div.) City Service Station R. Kerbough Groc. & Sta. Shelton Motor Co. Blan Heath Auto Supply Lott Service Station Lion Oil Station

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