The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 9, 1947 · Page 13
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, mi BI^YTHEViUJE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS New Meat Ration Plan Discussed British Method Eyed But No Move to Make it Law Contemplated j§ By Raymond Lahr Wnltrd Press SUff Correspondent WASHINGTON, Dec. 9. (UP) — Scnal« Republican policy-makers have discussed a new plan for compulsory meat rationing' but have r.o plans tor putting it in force now, 11. was disclosed today. Members of the Senate Republican Policy Committee said the group had discussed the advisability of following the British system cf meat rationing if Congress fhouid decide that rationing should be revived. It was emphasized, however, that there was no intention for Congress lo consider legislation at, the current session for President Truman's request for standby rationing and price control powers. Senate Republican Whip Kenneth S. Wherry of Nebraska even expressed doubt that any legislation dealing with inflation could be enacted this year. House Speaker Joseph W. Martin said, however, lhat two anti-inflation bills may be headed toward passage next week. Republican Congressional leaders expect to reach definite decisions this week on a course of action. British Flan Discussed Policy Committee members in the Senate reported that the new rationing system — following the British pattern—was discussed at a meeting last Friday. It differed from the American wartime "point 1 ! system in that It would allow .each person to spend a specific amount of money weekly on meat. Those Buying cheaper grades thus -could t 'aui a greater Quantity, a condi- n which might depress the prices of better grades. , One committee member said the alternative system was considered worthy of further discussion if Congress should be driven toward consideration of meat rationing. Policy Committee Chairman Robert A. Tail, R., O., mentioned the possibility of adopting the British system in a speech at New York yesterday. At the same time" he indicated he might support proposal to Impose meat rationing by. April 1. HLs statement presumably was in response to the views of some In Congress and the administration that the meat shortage would become much more serious' next Spring. Taft said, however, that he saw no possibility of Congress approving general controls and that he believed it would approve none unless absolutely necessary.. He added that it "may have to" adopt'some. Empire State Guards Against'Suicides R uss i an policy Dominated by Fear, Distrust A newly installed guard rail, atop the fempire Slate building In New York, is designed to discourage ajnd/or prevent would-ba suicides from leaping from the tower. The rail doesn't block the magnificent view, as these, sightseers discover on'the Brst day the protective device was In use. - Technicians File Protest Against U, of A. LITTLE EOCK, Ark., Dec. 9 (UP) —The University of Arkansas: has been accused .of .attempting to lower the professional and conomic' standards of medical lebcnicians.. The charges were made yesterday by Joyce Ponder, secretary of iHe Arkansas Chapter of the Society of Medical Technologists. : : . Secretary Ponder said the University would bring about the lo.wercd, standards if its plan to. tralrf high school graduates as technicians Is put into effect. . .•»-'» "We oppose this plan," thc'nsso- clation secretary' said..-"because -we' want- our services always to be thought of as'correct, unquestionable Information to aid the doctor In saving human life." • • •- '•' RICHMOND, Vn.. Dec. !). (Ul>) — Russian foreign policy Is dominated by ritslri!^ and fear that can be removal only by concrete ! notions of ":Rood lulth" on the part of Western powers, penni\ncnt United States U-N Delegate Warren R. Austin said here Inst nlRht. Auslln spoke before the Public Forum .Committee of Iho Richmond Council on Adult Education. • The former Senator said the Russian policy of "obstruction" could be changed only by long ami pa- lient effort to dispel Russian suspicion of other powers. He called Russia's proposals lor International atomic control » "fraud and delusion." Austin said Soviet spokesmen "ulUTO.il nonsense" when they accused the U. S. of blocking atomic control. '•Notation can be permitted tlio obstruction of a veto." he said, Commenting on liuisln's insistence Ihnt the veto power be rehiincd on punishment of nations violating an atomic agreement. The Hussion counter-plan lor a- tomlc energy would provide only •an appearance of control," Austin said. "Such a situation Is fur more dangerous than the hones grim acceptance or the no International control c Chair is'Recommended For Dentists as Well As For'Their Patients NEW YORK. Dec. 9 (UP)-Dr. Herbert C. Fett ol the Methodist Hospital of Brooklyn told the Greater : New York dental group that 80 per cent of the dentists' work should be done sitting down to avoid such occupational diseases as flnt feet stomach ulcers, bunions, and curvature of the spine. PAGE $1,334,397 Allocated to School Units I.V1TLE HOCK. Ark., Dec. 9. (UP) — Tile Stntc Education tlc- l>attmeiil yesterday nllotui'lcd $3 per pupil from the common school fund to Arkansas public schools. The total was $1,^34,307. Stnte EMiicntlun Commissioner Riilph Jours said that brings to $11,870.168 Ilia totnl sUt* «lrl received by schools lhl» year. The total Includes H 10 per pupil allotment amounting lo $*,447,000. salary aid totaling H.KHi,- COO, transportation amounting lo 51,413,000 nnrt vocational nlrt lo- Ullng $207,400. It uved Dr. H. T. Magoo W.OOO, Yesterday (our radJum-Upptd needles, worth $6,000, wero accidentally tested In his office ruto-bu- ket. The trash wu earrUd fit to the city dump, along with tons and toni of other junk. Dr. Max doodrlch, L8U pliyslc* profeuor, eta* to MM » «*l«er counter, to KM hours he located tr» fink the va»t tern ofith* tH and the etOetet Ofkfor turned up th« ottoi,' tee, one. next week to fit additional details Into a - majority-backed plan for a. iKwerful International control authority. The parents of lilllc Freda Gibson, above, 17-montlLs old. announced tlioy would fij-ht tlin eviction order iwncd^ in Memphis, Tonn., on was made by members nl the Inntl- Glbson's apartment. (NEA Telephoto) Geiger Counter Used Tc Find Radium Needles JACKSON, MlBi., Dec. 9 (Ul 1 ) — H was a sltuht variation on the "needle In a hnystack" routine, but Burial Associations Hold Annual Meeting LITTLE ROCK. Ark., Dec. D (UP) —<>fflc.eis will be elcftcd at today's session of the two-day annual meeting of the Arkansas Club of Burial Association:;. Inc., following business meetings" yesterday. Yesterday members planned nn appeal to Washington for relief rom what they termed "double luxation" on burial nssocliilions. " They object to the fcclcml govern- ncnt Insl'iiR bank balances after jurlal expenses have been paid. * •.'•".>•'•..;•. -. -•:> : : ,S Army Colonel in Atlanta JTo Begin Prison Term ATLANTA, OB., Dec. 9 (UP)— Col. Jack Durant arived here from New York aboard an army plane today and began serving a 14-y'ear sentence for participating in the Hessian crawn jewel theft, federal prison authorities announced. • -- Officials said Durant would be treated - routinely "just like ap.y other prisoner" at the Atlanta federal penitentiary. Durant had been held at an army prison on Governor's Island In New York pending confirmation of his sentence. First criss-country long distance telephone call was made between. San Francisco and New York In 1915. Anti-Violence Test Case Goes To Highest Court .WASHINGTON, D. C, N. Dec. 8 (UP)—The Arkansas anti-labor- vlolence act tdday warheadecJ for a'' review by the United States Suprenis Court. The high tribunal hns agreed' to review the cases of 'two- Negroes who were convicted and'jientciiced to a year each in jail .for violence . In connection" with 11 strike'in 1545 ! in Little Rock. i The men are Roy Cole and Louis Jones, who were among the 112, workers on strike at the Southern Cotoon Oil 'company. A non-stfiker. was knifed and killed as he attempted to' leave the plant o'n-'Dfc."- 2fi 1946. Cole and Jones contend thai they had no connection with .the knifing however, under the provision's of the Arkansas statute, any person who encourages assembly at the silo nf a labor dispute where violence takes place Is subject to prosecution. Head Courier News \Vai\t Ads. After th« rotoo •n|oy IAIIY TIMIt 1 2 PHONOGRAPH Records LESS THAN 21 PaiHIInr Kll Tunes of lllo liny l,y IttulInK rccanllni! iirtlsls. renUirhm «<u-li MulcsUc Ardsu ns Eddy Howitrd. 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