The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 11, 1951 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1951 BMTTHEVIU,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIV* Senators Show Little Hurry to Ratify Jap Pact Special Session. Suggestion Meets J|'; Strong Opposition WASHINGTON, S«pt. 11. CAP) — Scnitori showed no enthusiasm today (or > proposal that they hold a special session later this year to consider ratification of the Japanese Peace Treaty. Senator Knowland (R-Callf), who flew back from the San Francisco conference yesterday, urged his col- leaguei to ratify the treaty promptly, either before they take a recess about Oct. 1 or at a special session in November or December. Democratic Leader McFarland (Ariz) told a reporter "somebody always can think of something to keep us here all the time." He added, however, that "when the treaty Is reported by the foreign relations committee, I favor prompt action.' Chairman Coimally (D-Tex) o the foreign relations committee which would do the preliminary work toward ratification, said hi knew of no request for quick action or any reason for speed. "I haven't sounded out the boyi yet," he added, referring to gov ernment officials and senators wh< participated at the peace confer ence. Senator George (D-Ga). a com mittee member, said he saw no rea •on why action could not be put of ijntll Congress returns In Vanuar Vfcr the new session. George said h * would Just as soon vote before ih planned Oct. 1 adjournment but wa opposed to any special session. Senator Jenner (R-Ind), who ha severely criticized the peace treat; Hid he would oppose injr specla Msslon to ratify It. A special session might be callec by the President, or It could be ar ranged by Senate leaders of bot parties. House action on the treal ts not required. Atom Energy May Outdate Canneries ANN ARBOR, Mich., Sept. II. W)—Atomic energy may force the canning kettle to the sidelines one day soon along with the spinning wheel and celluloid collar. Food preservation by atomic Irradiation on an experimental basis has been achieved by Uni- ersity of Michigan researchers. Prof. Uoyd E. Brownell of the ollege of engineering, who Is upervisor of the project, reported n it today. He uald several samples of rew oeer have been exposed to the aminr, rays without development of spoilage or odor or appreciable :hange in color. Also subjected to the rays and now being studied are bananas, red plums, peaches, cherries, {rapes, red raspberries and blue- jerries. Prof. Brownell said that normal methods of preservation—canning, freezing and refrigeration, drying and dehydration, smoking, salting and use of chemical preservatives—all tend to modify the flavor, texture and food value. In Irradiation, milk, meat, fruil and vegetables are exposed to gunma rays emitted from a cobalt cylinder encased in a lead vault. This has destroyed or inactivated certain bacteria and enzymes which cause spoilage and aecay in various perishable products, Prof. Brownell said. The u. of M. scientist believes hat if applied on a commercia scale this process could save millions of dollars lost on food spoilage each year. * Dr. Browne!! said that food ex posed to rays is not radioactive because its nuclear structure has not been changed. Eight Warships To Go to Italy Transfer from U.S. Almost Doubles Sixe Of Escort Fleet Arabs' Problems To Be Discussed PARIS, Sept. II. WP>—The foo and future of nearly 1,000,000 home 1m Arabs now in refugee camps th< bigfMt issue facing an Arab Jewish conference opening here to day. The Arabs were driven from the home* by the Arab-Jewish flghtin tot Palestine in IMS. Th» United Nations, which feeding somt 860,000 of them, est tnat*! that many more thousan are trying to fend for themselves. ROME, Sept, 11. (/PI— The United States will complete delivery of eight more warships to Italy wlth- n the next three weeks. These, with three already trans- erred, almost double the destroyer nd destroyer escort strength of the tallan fleet. The first two of the new ships —two of the fastest full-sized Amer- can destroyers—slipped quietly Ino La Spezia naval base near Genoa esterday. There was no ceremony. It will • held when the next six ships rrive by the end of the month They will be the big LSSL-type upport gunboats modified for Ital an naval needs. The two destroyers which arrived are the former Woodworth and the Nicholson, of the Benson class. Thi talians already have painted 01 heir names—the Artigliere and thi Avlere. Destroyer escorts already dellv ered are the Altnir, Andromeda am Aldebaran —renamed from Ameri can ships of the 1944 to 1946 classes They were handed over in cere monies at the Taranto naval bas last spring. IUMMSW Vows To Accept Only Pattern Pay Hike NOAGALES, Ariz., Sept. II. (IP) — The International Onion of Min Mill and Smelter Workers (Ind says it will agree to a settlement in the nation's copper industry only on the basis of a 19V4 'cents an hour package Increase. The union stated In a. resolution adopted at its 47th annual convention yesterday that it would riot settle for anything less than this pattern, established in an agreement with the Kennecott copper Co. The Kennecott settlement was made up of a 15 cent an hour wage hike and a pension increase equivalent of 4% cents an hour. Miss America Takes 1st Official Tour; Autograph Casts at Camp Kilmer CAMP KILMER, N.J.. Sept. II (f) — The newly crowned Miss America made her first off lei a: duty a visit with the soldiers al this post last night. The big blonde beauty queen Miss Colleen Kay Hutchlns of Sal Lake City, chatted with hospital ized men and autographed plas ter casts before calling at servic clubs, eating at officers mess an appearing at the post theater. The flve-feet-10 Miss Americ then left for New York City wher she will spend the next few days Margaret Truman Plays Role Of President's Daughter Read Courier News Classified Ads By DOUGLAS' LARSEN and ROSETTE HARGROVE (NBA Correspondents) (Second of Two ArUclesI Some day when Margaret Truan writes her memoirs readers ay really know to what extent le role of President's daughter as a personal inconvenience. Right ow the most obvious fact about t role Is the faultless perfec- on with which she is playing It. Voluminous re|>orts from the Jnerlcan embassies and consulates cities she visited, which are led in the State Department, testy to the good-will job she really id on her European trip, as the urrent climax to her other ac- ompllshments. Now she Is back home, rested om the trip and preparing for n extended fall season of singing TV performances and radio shows he has become one of America's nost respected personalities. Nol tie slightest taint of any scandal las ever touched her. She Is com- letely gracious and charming. There has been much specula- ion—some barbed and outspoken -about Margaret's chances of at- aining her present high-salariec place In the entertainment work t she hadn't been the daughter if the president. She has wise]; ihrugged them off. She didn't ask o be the daughter of the President. She Is just making the bes of the situation, all that anyom would do. But she can "be consolec by two solid facts. There is pretty general agree ment that she now cari go on mate Jig a good independent living in .dio. TV, or the concert stag or even in the movies, after he father leaves the White House She has made the professiona grade. v In spite of the varied critic isms of the technical perfectio of her voice, practically no crlti has reported that an audience fail eri to enjoy one of Margaret's con certs, even though the perform ance may have been buttressed b her great poise and pleasant per sonality. 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