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Chillicothe Constitution Tribune (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Chillicothe, Missouri I hits a Listl c 0 t h a Constitution a t la i b u n i c 0 i l l11 o i a it Iii Iudici soldiers voting still with state qualify As voters under the Laws of the states where they reside. The % Sauri a Dix. I 1913 Ludlow daily news Senate killed Federal control of balloting in 1944 presidential election. Washington dec. 4�?the Senate late yesterday refused to Transfer control of Soldier voting in the 1944 presidential election from the states to the Federal government. Green Lucas Bill would have set aside state restrictions and the direction of an election in Camps and in overseas Battle areas would have been by the Federal commission the new dealers favored the Bill on the theory that it would result in a heavy Soldier vote which they believed would favor president Roosevelt if a candidate for a fourth term. Under the present Absentee method the servicemen in previous elections have not cast a Large vote. J the senates action today is in by a vote of 42 to 37, the Senate j Ter pretend to be a setback to the adopted the Eastland Mcclellan presidents fourth term Boom. Under i Mckellar substitute for the Green the green_luca5 Bill it was Esu Lucas administration measure mated that possibly As Many As a merely recommending to the states lion votes would be cast by Mem i the enactment of Laws to make the hers of the armed services and Aux present Absentee voting system ujvary organizations easier for the men and women in i the during the 10.Day the armed forces the merchant debate of the Green Lucas Bill at j Marine the red Cross and other cached the Taft amendment which i auxiliary services. Prohibits the sending of political the scuttling of the Green Lucas propaganda in any form to the Bill w hich would have set aside j servicemen and to permit the of state election Laws and would have position to answer speeches Broad permitted voting by party design cast to them by radio. The Senate tons As Well As by the names of also adopted the Pepper amendment candidates was brought about by j to include members of the merchant the Southern democrats aided by Marine in the Soldier ballot Bill and other child. Lester Wilson and wife of Kan a Sas City returned to their Home mrs g. D. Frazier went to Kansas after a few Days visit with relatives City thursday morning for a visit Here. Mrs. C. E. Rockhold was hostess to the thursday afternoon Bridge Par j Mui Ouhaj illumine Hal amp with her daughter Betty Ann and at the p. M. Fogel Home. Mrs. Alice Stockwell received doughnuts and Coffee were served. Mrs. Lester Rowland and mrs Lawrence Johnson returned tuesday from a visit with Clyde Rowland at it. Vernon. To. Mrs. Rowland reports Clyde As doing Fine. E. E. Rudolph came thursday to. Mrs. Cliton Warner received from Kansas City for a visit with word of the arrival of a baby Daugh. First prize and mrs. Virginia Stewart his sister mrs. Ida Jamison. Or. Tor at the Home of her son Raymond second prize. Refreshments of i Rudolph just recently retired from stocked and wife. They have one mento cheese sandwiches pickles the Milwaukee Railroad after 45 years of service. I mrs. Bessie culling received word from her son. Billie who is in the air corps and is taking his training at it. Union College at Alliance Ohio. Billie is training to be a Pilot and has made several flights j he has also received another pro i motion. Less than a score of republicans. The former were opposed to the states relinquishing control of voting and turning it Over to a Federal commission appointed by the president. The effect of the Green the Aiken amendment to include members of the red Cross and other auxiliary organizations. These changes were retained in the substitute measure approved. The effect of the Senate a action Lucas Bill would have been to per is to end a pending proposal for a j Mit negroes in the armed services federally conducted election among i to vote and to have set aside the the to million members of the Arm Laws in some Southern states Mak de forces with t he army and ing the payment of a poll tax a Navy providing the machinery in the j requisite to voting. I Field and transporting the ballots to. The result of the senates action j and from the Camps and the Wal today was to continue the present daters. The substitute recon Absentee balloting system or to per j mend 10 the states that postcards Emit that method of voting in states now prohibiting it but merely in the event the states so desire members of the armed services still must just 2 drops Pon Otro no so drops in each nostril help you breathe Freer almost instantly to give your head cold air. 25c�?2j4 times As much for 50c. Caution use Only As directed. Always pet Peirtro nose drops authorized by the states to simplify the methods of applying for Absentee ballots and that they be transported distributed and returned by the army and Navy. The absence ballots As at present would be issued by the states and returned there for canvassing. Used Gas Range $19�5 Marble finish gambles feed Nurena All Mash log pellets for More eggs. Fairmount Creamery Farmers Mutual insurance co. Office s. E. Comer Square Over citizens Bank j. F. Summerville Sec. Phone 504 a Utica daily news miss Mary Ludwig spent wednesday with her sister mrs Henry Pennaman and family in Chillicothe. Or. And mrs. R. S. Braden received word from their son. Cpl. John Braden that he is now at it. Bragg n. C. Corporal Braden has been i on desert Maneu vers in California for several months. Joan Vadnais of Mooresville is j spending the week end with her j Cousin Patricia Robertson. Benny Robertson is spending the week end with buddy Vadnais at Mooresville and attending the basketball tournament. The missionary society of the t Baptist Church held its Lottie Moon All Day meeting at the Home of mrs. William Dominique thursday at the noon hour a covered dish lunch j Eon was served. There were eleven members present All Day and five members attended the afternoon session. They were very Well pleased with the generous offering they received. Forrest Taylor of near Chillicothe spent thursday evening with or. And mrs. R. E. Stottlemyre. The Utica boys and girls basketball teams have entered the Basket j Ball tournament which is being held at Mooresville this week end. Mrs. E. M. Mccoy spent wednes Day afternoon with mrs. Stella Mccoy. Extra rail cars for Christmas Mah c a Norman funeral Home i St. Louis. Dec. 4.�?tile heavy Christmas mail traffic that starts i next week will be handled in part with nearly too extra Box and refrigerator cars on the Missouri Pacific Wabash Missouri Kansas i and Texas and the Frisco lines. Railroad officials said the need for the emergency equipment depends on the co operation of the Public in the Early mailing of packages. Use Constitution Tribune want and i i out Ouk Way by Williams mkt a r of the mex get Belkis and cop in starch pm cown be Amo Vod get big to Bonie Steaves a yes sir / i Meam Jap a to sir a we a we we a our boarding House with maj. 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