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THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26,1945 Truman Makes New Pleas For Full Job Bill (Continued from Page 1) bill is in the making. The prospect of such a move appeared likely, however, oa the basis of their comments. Manasco declared: "Mr. Truman was very anxious to get the bill approved. But I lation jnving assurance of a job for everyone at Federal expense. "I told him the pending measure would require a lot of amending. "Also, I said that either by new legislation, or under his reorgan- izatioji powers expected to be granted soon, he could improve the government's statistical setup in order to provide the figures needed to plan for a program of full em> ployment." Manasco's reference to the statistical studies was in connection with he plans for an annual "job budget" on which to base plans for an additional employment needed. Whittington said: "1 hope we will be able to approve some type of constructive employment bill, but it will not be the one pending before the committee. We cannot base an em- (Continued survivor of the The body was Coffman funeral services will be J. Edward Harms afternoon at 2 o'clock. burial will be Mrs. Lucille Mrs. Lucille James W. McCarty, m. Wednesday at Hancock Rt. 2, aged Born at Sylvan, daughter of Albert fer) Sehurn. Besides her daughters, Darlene and home* survive. The body was Charles R. Bast Hancock, where it 1 p. m. Sunday, taken to the for services at 2 William Murray in cemetery ployment program spending theory." on the deficit Victor M. Victor Martin Thursday morning his daughter, 327 West 69 years. He was a retired Pennsylvania member of the Railroad Trainmen. Surviving are and Charles, both Harry, U. S.

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  1. The Morning Herald,
  2. 26 Oct 1945, Fri,
  3. Page 17

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