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I <pii*4ls for War Laws
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A remarkable purchase is the only reason
that it is possible for us to olfej: these
fine higher-priced robes in this great Pre-
Christmas Sale Tuesday for Only $2.88.
, Come Early to avoid the disappointment
cf a certain sell-out!
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Gibson* Straight Bourbon NXliiskt)—h6 proof Hie Gibson Distilling Co, New York, N. Y.
-ttiw jvu’f which followed
- ’ t> ■ I u U ;th H VII tll.'ll
•’-s.inon of business during
Christmas work, hut committers
worked to whip a new aeries of
war mca.«.urrs into shape for early
enactment, .
Final action i« pending on:
1 Hill passed by Senate au
thorizing civilian defense ad
ministration lo purchase gas
masks, fire fighting apparatus
.mil other civilian defense equip
ment. as well as providing in
signia for air raid wardens and
other civilian war workers. ,
tally House action is likely.
« Measure increasing navy |
strength from .'tfX).(MMf to 500.- |
no<> and marine corps from
t.toiMi to 104,000, with navy
officials predicting ultimate
navy of 1,000.000, to be consid
ered by Senate naval affairs
committee.
:i Senate-House differences
on the $130,000,000 defense
housing bill, being ironed out
b\ committees of both branches.
I Hill tightening registration
of foreign agents. The Senate
and House passed separate bills.
A tight in the Senate loomed
over the Dies amendment,
adopted by the House, com*
polling members of the Corn- I
munist Party. German-Ameri
r in Bund and Kyffhauser Rund
to register, and organizations to
lile membership lists.
NEW SESSION
Congress will slip into a new'
legislative session January .1 with
out the usual lapse Ivetween ses
sions.
The Senate hanking committee
jn expected to submit by Janu
ary 3 a price control bill which
goo* far beyond the measure
'passed by the House before the
'war broke out. including author
ity for licensing of 2.000,000 busi
nesses as a means of insuring
compliance.
The joint congressional economy
committee, hea de d by Senator
Byrd <D) of Virginia planned to
submit a report urging that non
defense economies of nearly sl,-
" 1.010,(MK 1 be achieved.
Soon after the new year, Con
gress begins work on a new tax
program, which may dig into the
taxpayers’ pocket for another $5.-
000,000,000 to $6,000,000,000 to
help finance the war.
Anti-strike legislation, too, is
expected to be pressed. Some im
portant legislative leaders urged
that Congress enact a labor pro
gram even if the President's labor
management conferences agrees
upon a formula to avoid strikes.
SEPARATE AIR FORCE
The problem of reorganizing
war agencies will also be brought'
up next month. The Senate mili-l
tary affairs committee will start
hearings in January on a bill of
fered by Senator tvdgore (D) of
West Virginia, to create a secre
tary of defense to supervise the
entire program, including the work
of iho war and navy departments.
The committee also plans to
hold hearings on legislation creat
ing a separate air force.
'Hie Senate will have the task
of deciding whether Senator Wil
liam Lunger (Rt of North Dakota,
shall he denied his seat, as recom
mended by its elections committee,
on charges of moral turpitude. j
The new session will bring to
the House appropriations commit-j
tee the task of framing the huge
annual supply bills which make up
the budget one that is likely to]
exceed $40,000,000,000.
Man’s Body Found on Shore
MANISTEE. Dec. 22.—The un
identified body of a man thought
to have drowned a year ago was!
found on the shores of Lake
Michigan near Manistee Coast
Guard Station No. 4 today by j
two coast guardsmen.
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CAMEO
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