The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 17, 1949 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE PMA Is Warned (ministration Politics Not to Play Any Part in Group's Meeting in Memphis WASHINGTON, Nov. 11. (AP) — The Truman administration lias ' taken steps to keep field officials of the Agriculture Department from becoming imolvcd in a political controversy over the Brannan Farm Plan. Several hundred department Production and Marketing Administration (PMA) officials fro mthe various slates will hold an annhal meeting In Memphis Dec. 4-9 to discuss f.ohlcms pertaining to farm produc- on, prices and marketing. Instructions have been issued that the meeting is not to adopt rcsolu lions relating to agricultural policies. The ban on resolutions has been ordered, department officials said because of complaints which arose last year over a stand taken bj the PMA slate officials at a St Louis meeting advocating a contin nance of wartime price supports. Several farm .Jeadc-rs and orga nizatious—including the powerfu American Farm Bureau Pederatioi —accused the PMA officials of over stepping their proper field and en gaging in a political controvert over price supports,' Tile charges were denied by paitment officials. They explainer the PMA officials merely sought to pass on to their superiors in Wash ington their views as to what the thought price supports should be State Municipal League Asserts Cities' Rights Hunter Charges Camp Was Purposely Burned FORT SMITH, Ark., Nov. 17. (AP) —A Fort Smith hunter charged yesterday that a fire which destroyed his hunting camp Monday was Lovell, Bprlngdale, secretary; Porter, Forrest City, Thomas, Clarendon, Mayor P. A. Housley, Hot Springi,- Mayor A. J. Russell, Eureka Springs, IJttle GIANT'S LANDING GEAR- The huge wheels of the no?c landing gear ot the Air FocceJs new Douglas C124A are set just behind the clamshell loading doors. They must withstand the shock of landing the giant craft with loads up to 50,000 pounds Kiwaniuns See Film On Midwest Wheatlands A film on tlie Mid-Western wheat producing area of the United States was shown to members of the Bly- thcville Kiwanls Club at its %vcekl> meeting in the Hotel Noble yester day noon. The film '.vas shown by G. C. Hud son of Memphis, a representativ of Standard Brands. Other guests Included Al Collins of Tcxarkana, James Roy, Chic Smith, Bill Spencer and Joe llol brook of Elythevilie. UTTLE ROCK. Nov. 17—(/!•»• Another atenipt to give cities more say-so in government will be made by the Arkansas Municipal League. The league, holding its annual convention here, voted Tuesday to sponsor a proposed "home-rule" amendment to the State Constitution at next year's general elec- • Earlier a steady parade of speak* ers .championed the home-rule principle. Senator Pulbright told the delegates at a banquet last night that most western counrics have noticeably greater strength and power to produce than tiley did two years ago. He said Greut Britain been the "weakest link in chain" of postwar recovery. Tcxarkana Man Homed succeeding Mayor George Steed of Muny League President tents, bedrolls, and other personal Steed was elected to the advisory board of tre American Municipal Htggs said he and a'pnrty of three' Higgs said B 5-ga!lon can 01 gaso- Other officers elected at the final line had been emptied, and that men were hunting in the mountains near here when the fire destroyed ye.sterday was elected president of .session of the 151 h annual convention here included: city attorney U. KKggs- j^KgKKK rZyiririr^a "^i^Sr^r^irVrlv?^*^^ ^jr^rSrSn *7Jr&-.7^ifZ^fZr?£i?&^~ QUICK, Hearty Lunch Time Treat Americn'g Tavorite for a quick. 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