The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 11, 1947 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) .COURIER NEW! TTOMDAY, 11.1S4T and destructive forces, with the fu< lure of Europe at stake." Savings Go Into Homw CHICAGO (UP)—Ralph M. Smith West Somervllle, Mass., presiden of the United States Savings and Loan League, said the volume o dollars which savings ' association arc providing today lor new honi building Is the greatest in the! 117-year history. Truman Favors Administering Funds to Europe Through Officials in State Department By John L, Strele (United Press Staff Correspondent) WASHINGTON, Dec' 11. (UP)—Secretary ot Stat« George C. Marshall appeared today to have won the first round In his battle to keep administration of the, Marshall plan in State Department hands. President Truman was reported ready to recommend to Congress that the $16.000.000,000, four-year. European reconstruction program be administered^ by Marshall s own department. Congress will have the last word, however, and there were Indications HepubNrans would fight to establish an independent, corporation-type agency to handle the job v +— — ' ~: Mr. Truman is now putting the final touches on the Marshall plan message which'he will send to Congress shortly.. Administration sources said-he favored usjng expanded State Department machinery to • procure; and»transfer • the needed materlalt.'-Everything 1 from canned peas to steam locomotives would be .involved, lit the vast Job to speed Europe's economic recovery. , Truman .-Delays Decision' These-sources said the President withheld -a- -final decision' on his administrative r e c o'mmendations until It was 'clear whether the House 'would move to place the short-term, $597,000,000 emergency aid program under a special agency. Such a move has not developed, • 'Marshall made his position clear to a joint meeting of the Senate- House Foreign Aftiiirs Committees just before his departure for London. The recovery ifian, -he salrt then, would in many \vays "define and express" U. S. foreign poHcy. "Therefore, the operation must fully accord with the foreign policy of the President as expressed through the secretary of state. . . unity of command, rather than clif- ...fusion of authority ami responsibility is required," he saio. Still* Faces Bin Battle Marshall's battle Is far from won. in the House.'for example, the spa- cial Herter committee on foreign aid has strongly recommended a corporative agency to administer the long-range program. Meanwhile, a new state department publication reported that '.'democracy stands firm" In Kur- ouc. and will continue to do so if American aid is forthcoming. '•oniit Former! Vot* 'o Keep Crop Limits WASHINGTON, Dec. 11 (UP) — The nutlon's peanut farmers gav« he B>vernment permission yesterday to 'set * limit on peanut production during 1948, H949 and 1850. In a referendum, farmer a In 16 peanut-growing «tat«s overwhelm- ngly approved acceptance of government acreage allotments and marketing • quotas on their next hre* crops. Approval required a .wo-to-one vote. The Agriculture Department said reiwrts from nine of the 15 statet showed that about 88 per cent of the farmers voted to accept the re strlcllons. Returns from the remaining six states could not affect th* outcome, ollciali said. The vote from the nine »tate»: Approved — 84,332. Rejected — 11.338.' ' Elglble votes nureporled—1,217. Chemists have found a ' method of treating topsqil with chemical which make It clay like. Soil treatei In this manner retains the mineral necessary to produce bountiful crops The report was made in the first issue of "current developments report on European recovery," which the department's office of public affairs said would be issued periodically. The first report, a nine-page, mimeographed work In a black, white and green cover, summarized emergency aid and recovery program efforts since VE day. "Despite the speed , with which Amerlcpn and European statesmen ' and technioians have driven toward the completion of a large and complex task, they have been outpacsc by events," the report said. "A race has developed between constructive Now In Progress JIMMIE EDWARDS GREAT Anniversary Sale! "See Jimmie First" FOR CHRISTMAS Barracks on a Truck on a Barge on a River Barracks, formerly used to house atomic workers at Hanford, Wash., are being moved to Richland, 24 miles away, where a new city !• (pringing up as the Richland Engineer Works is expanded. This building, going by truck, crocie* a waterway by barge. Th* barraeki city will eventually provide home* tor 16,000 persons at Richland. f»*j>rf-Col« CMJMIW, L** Ytlowi OB», H. Y. 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