TUESDAY, SEPTKMHEK 9. 19<17 Taft SayS British Army arid Navy Seek to Lasso loan Can Wait Hurricanes b * Usin <> D '" /ce _Hl/yTHKV!I,I,K (AUK.) COUKIKK NEWS Session of Congress Not Needed Before Facts Are Compiled COLMMBUS, O., Sept. S. (UP) — Sen. Robert A. Tall, >K., O., today said lie could see no reason lor a special session before Congress convenes next January. Tart stiid tlicre was "certainly no reason for a special session on domestic affairs" imd tliat information on foreign aid woulci not be ready -.-if or congressional action before Jan 1, 194B. He told newsmen at a conference Prior lo starling on n Western lour to determine his presidential possibilities that he and Congress were not sufficiently advised on the foreign situation. "It will be Oct. 15 before we have a complete report, on the European conference and the report of Commerce Secretary w. Avcrel! Harriman on the available resources of Mils country," Taft .suicl. "A meeting will llien be necessary of the committee on foreign relief. 1 (ion't think they will be ready to report before January." 'He declared that the British still nave "quite a foil of reserves" but naturally would like to know what relief lo expect from the Unite;! Stales. "A lot can still be done without congressional action," Tnlt said. The chairman of the powerful Date GOP Policy Committee cle- uded the Toft-Hartley labor MM id said he did not believe labor iders. could build up a strong ac against it. Expects Action on Housing "Most provisions of the law of- nd labor leaders but not the jinberx whom they protect," Tail id. Taft said that before Congress ?ets in January Republican lead- i would have to make up a pro- am giving priority to the neccs- ry items. He expected a busy ses- >n. The Republican Congress will have take some action c-n public )iou:i- 5 during (he coming session bus; iy accept a modified form o' e housing bill which failed to pass the recent session, he said. General tax reduction will be one the main items which must be nsirterccl in the next Congress. .ft slated. Other measures he men- ucd as important included health iislation. the British loan, rcci- "cal trade treaties and universal military .training. Rising prices will be discu.sscd by Hie -undeclared contender for the 1948 Republican presidential nomination at ji meeting of the Commonwealth C;ul> in San Francisco on Sept. 19. He will return to Cincinnati from hLs tour of the West on Oct. 4. Taft conferred here with Ohio Republican leaders yesterday prior to leaving for Chicago and the firsi speech of his tour. MIAMI. Flo., Sept. 3. (UP)—A joint Army-Navy experiment in breaking up hurricanes far out nt sea by dropping dry ice Into the clouds will be attempted in tlie near future. Comdr. Edwin T. Harding, head of the Naval Hurricane Service here said today that the experiment was nlmcst tried on the small tropical storm that hit the Alabama const yesterday. Harding said that a "little mors planning was needed." Also, he said, the storm was too close inland and wasjiot of sufficient velocity to warrant the experiment. However, "hurricane hunting" planes from the Naval Air Station litre went up to record data. Harding hopes to have everything ready for the next full scale hurricane that develops in Ihe Gulf of Mexico. A specially-equipped B-17, now based at Schcneclarty. N. Y., will be llowji here, its bomb bays loaded with dry ice and other crystals. A Navy plane here will join the bomber. Harding said, in a flight over the center of the storm and scientists will watch while ice pellets arc sprinkled over the storm clouds. The rest will be made at "snow level." he .raid, and il things work out right, the hurricane will be forced to spend its lury while still at sea. The idea for prematurely producing a major storm with dry ice came from experiments in whicii rain was produced by sprinkling the crystals in the clouds. \Globc-girdling Cub Pilots Start 1300-Mile Flight ROME. Sept. 9. <MP)— George Truman and Clifford Evans took off at 8:11 a.m. (12:1] a.m. EOT) ior Cairo on another leg of their light around the world in Piper Cub Sltpet cruisers. Truman and Evans hoped to make (he flight across the Mediterranean in 10 to 11 hours. They carried gasoline for 15 hours. Tile weather was perfect. The 1,300-milc hop to Cairo was one of the longest overwater flights of their trip. They hud planned to stop at 'Athens, but improving weather and earlier delays in their schedule caused them to change their plans. C tow ah News Miss Iniogcne Moody commercial teacher at Misco. has returned from n visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Moody of Balcsville. Mrs. C. It. Moore spent the weekend in Marked Tree with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James Shclton _ and son, James Merl, and :M|-s. ' Taft Smith mxl children visited Real Unity Urged By Austrian for All of Europe OSTAAU, Switzerland. Sept. n (UPI — Count Kk-liarcl Condon hove-Kalergi in an luldrew yesterday to the European Parliamentary Union urged creation at Ihe earliest possible date of u constitutive assembly to orgaiii/.e u United States of Kurope. He urged the ur.:;n :o mobilize parliamentary majorities llnoiitih- out Europe in favor uf a continental federation v rtnd weld I hem together. The coruslltulivc assembly, he said, .should be olectt-d by llie European parliaments. The Austrian writer, kuiu a k'ud- cr of the European unity efforts, said he feared the Marshall plan conference of lli countries in Paris would lail lo agree on real measures for unity. fight Nazis Acquitted MUNICH. Kept. S. (UP) -U. Con. Otto Skorzor.y, wan line comnuind- cr of tin- Ntizl ISOtli Panzer bri|;a<l». ami seven of his officers were acquitted by u Dachau war crimes court Uuliiy of charges involving tin- use of U. a. Army uniforms for infiltnuion and i-splonnge in the Battle of the IJulge. PAGE THREE' CAUD OF THANKS We the family of Ihe lute Mrs. Jasie Caldwcll who departed this li:e August 8, 1047. wish to thank our many irlends mid neighbors for Hip beautiful flo*m and cards of condolence. We thiink Dr. Johnson and mil-its or Ulytheville hospital Ior their kindness. Also do we thank the Rev. Doyle liledsoe nnd lfe\;. Daniel Stafford for their words o! consolation snut Cobb Itin- cral home for their efficient service, Ci. 11. Caldwell and l-'imilly NOTICE TO PUBLIC The law offices of Gene E. lirad- ley have been moved lo •!!! w. Main, i Across street front Montgomery Ward.) Mrs. Dalton Fow/ston Named Music Director At Christian Church Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston will begin work this week as director of music at the First Christian Church, it was announced today by the Rev. R. s. Band, pastor. The first meeting of the Choir under her direction will be tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock. NiJrs. Fowleston . has .a Master's degree in Sacred Music from Union Theologicaj Seminary, 'and has had wide experience in choral work. She and Mr. Fowlston are owners and instructors of the Fow : lston School of Music here. Mr. and Mrs. J. R.. Shelton of Marked Tree Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Green of Itay- ti. Mo., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. v. -J. Ashley Jr. Mrs. Green is the former Miss Juanita Jacks. Miss Florence Speaks have returned from spending the weekend in Memphis. MEMORABLE MOMliNT- 7/i's (ire a in of prc-lline*; dicani of pleasure—the lighthcarlcd young Par; fashions. Sec them her —as you've seen llicin in your favorite magazines. In Black Sucdc, Brown Calf FAMILY SHOE STORE FARM (m LOANS Home Office, Newark, N. 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