The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 16, 1947 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, SEPTEM.BEK 1C, 1047' KLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Truman Awaits Report on Foods Supply to Determine Whether Congress to Hold Special Session By GKANT MI.l.MAN (United Pi-ess Stuff Ciirji-s]n)iul<nl) WASHINGTON. Sept. 1C. <UP> — President Truman's election on calling :i special session of Con- eress on Enroi>ean aid will hinge largely on u .special food reiwrt now being p.'cpareii by tlic AHdcitltiire Department, il was learned today. If Congress is recalled, it was said, it probably will be asked to ttive Ihe administration uulliority lo restrict Hie use of grain by distillers and l)ie..vers, order a return lo "grey bred and perhaps cut Ihe sl/e of bread loaves. One official, who dec-lined use of his name, said there apparently is no present disposition on ihe udminislralion's part lo request a reiurn to rationing or price controls because Ihey would )je loo .. _ „.. late lo help in the present crisis, j C|l , ;u ,ers. as they prepare for the ope:iln« of the American UN Delegation Confer: PAGfc ffi country will ho able to | Wnrron R- Austin. LNKA Members of the United Stales mission to Ihe United Nations the. UN 1 General D. Hoose veil. £e an- shown Assembly -m-tury <)f jiat In-red in I In today. |.i-f( in Slllte Gem-no •w York head: Mcrsehel V. Marshall ami rtinnc) into Europp, between nov: [ and the time the Marshal plan | Koes into effect, under both vol- I and involuntary conserve- If Mr. Truman thinks voluntary measures will produce enough food for Europe and if Europe's dollars still are holdingout, it was said. Congress wll not ue recalled, oth- . erwisc, it prol)ably will be nskeil to (;ive the administration broad powers over grain. Olio of the chief reasons for America's sharp concern over European focxt shortage.-; is the possible effect on hunger on the Truman doctrine. Officials here fear (he communists would be quick lo make political capital of famine in Europe. Schwellenbach [To Address \GroupatSpa i ' 1,1'ITLE RCCK. Ark. Sept. iG. ] cUl'i — Secreuiry of Labor Louis B. Sehwelleubacli v.ili be tile ij'.-in- • cipal speaker at the nth alinu:'! • mcetins of tliu tntcislalc Confer- i ence of Employmenl Security Agencies. i'lirifny Gill. Arkansas state administrator announced lo- The conference will Ije held In j Boston/an Faces State Charges for Art Thefts i University of Arkansas | Enrollment Sets Record | I-'AYF.'ITKVIU.K, Ark.. Kept. Ili. HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. Sept. 10 i UP i — Garland comity authorities have i-lialf;ed John Mnx\vcll al lioston. Mass.. wilh bmslarv ami lirand lar<-eny, follou-ini- disnj.ssul of a federal clKirye analnst. liijn. iVtixwell was arrested in Hoi Springs ye.-ilerday oil nil indict- nient filed by ProBecutini! Attorney Sidney S- McMalh, alter Federal Jud'^e John I-'. Miller had dismissed a lti«ilive charge against him. | Maxwell was \vanlcd b\ r Garland oftieers in coimcction H-ilh ihi - An uiiprccedenU'd U'cshmen iudiiy wore in (joint! t!ie tin-.il day oiiemaiujn ul (he Universil Arkansas. Home L'.I.OO Iroslnnen 10 inn- do- t-i-lal ol r,.:mn the nnmbi (H'isnns H'Kisleriti}; tor classes to- indi'i-ci^- and Thur.sday. This is an :il!-lime record for the university. Whatever the President's dcci- I "»t Springs. Ark, Sept. 30 llirongh roUDcry last October of SSO.OOO in sion on a special session. Americans i Oct. 3. |;'« objects irom the Lsskay t.al- wil! be under the strongest kind of Gill, a member of the national ! ts '" " ol"'"-'-''- pressure cut down voluntarily on meat, ixniltry and daily products. Mealle.s-s days wpie one measure said to be under official consideration. Agriculture, experts said sur-h I»IU liglilening nol only will cut the demand for these products — and consequently ibe amount of grnin led lo live-stock. — but also will tend to force retail prices down lo more reasonable levels. Sen. Owen Brewsler, n.. Me., said rationing should be imposed by Congress on millers and distillers and that speculative hoarding should be controlled .so lire United States can meet exports commitments without forcing prices higher. He opposed general consumer rationing, saying it would brine only "confusion, corruption and chaos." The only solution to the present crisis, Brewster,.said,, i is a "voluntary rationing system on part ol American housewives. 1 ' legislative commiUc?, said that Hie conference is composed or employment security administrators and deals with the problems i)f unemployment compensation, employment service and velerans rcad- juslment allowances. The meeting will bring together the top officials in federal depart- BETWEEN BITES menus, the .^tiUos, District n[ Co- Umilmi. II:i\vnii and Alasku, Founded ia 1337, the cimveminn is being held in the SouUuvc^L lor the first time. Stanley Rector. i.YY.idi.son, W'us.. is presidont atui will preside ovrv ihc conleronce. OPENING House Trailer Seles Lot You can now have a home without delay. 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