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On Farm Policy
"At lost I'm ready for the biggest evening of my life
. . . dancing and then to the RAINBOW CAFE for a tan
talizing, juicy steak dinner."
WASHINGTON. Oct. 12,
President Truman called Demo
cratic congressional leaders to
the White House Tuesday and
urged them to reach a quick
agreement on the Farm bill.
The congressional delegation
members were silent as they
strode out of the White House
after an hour-long conference In
Mr. Truman's office.
Differences among Mr. Tru
man's leadership In the Senate
on farm price supports have im
periled passage of a new farm
Presidential Secretary Charles
G. Ross told reporters afterwards
that no agreement was reached
at the White House parley.
'The President asked them to
get together on a bill he can
sign." Ross said. "He asked them
to adjust their differences."
Ross would not sav what sort of
bill Mr. Truman would sign, how
ever, when asked if the Presi
dent would veto an unsatisfactory
bill, Ross replied "You may
l make what implications you
! Rep. Cecil F. White (D-Callf)
said yesterday, after a talk at
the While House, that Mr. Tru
man strongly supported legisH-'
tion providing price supports of
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at 7:30. Tune In "What's the Name of that Song?" at eight, with
Bill Gwlnn as emcee. Bill Is one pedagogue who literally took to
practicing what he preached. And currently he's doing It double:
Bill's the big and bubbling emcee of "Song" heard on the Don Lee
network, and also seen on Don Lee's TV station, KTSL, Hollywood,
but at different times. In this capacity he serves a prime example of
his former teachings as the head of the drama and speech depart
ment of the College of Marin, In northern California. When not
busy with his professional "baby," as he terms the veteran favorite
show. Bill is a happy homebody, husband and father. His family
consist of his wife, Dorothea, and sons Michael and Bill Jr. Bill and
Dorothea were married twenty years ago, while he was still attend
ing Stanford. His favorite sport, boating and fishing, naturally Is
the second favorite of six-footer Bill.
AROUND THE STUDIO: Engineer Carl Arndt back
from two weeks' vacation in the Middlewest . . . Receptionist
Betty Crocker had a worrisome pair of tonsils forcefully
removed yesterday morning. Her diction Isn't so good thus
far, being limited to an occasional "ulp" or "blurb" but
otherwise, she's feeling quite chipper, thank youl Engineer
Max Dick Is on a weight-gaining campaign , . , had to pur.
chase a new pair of jeans for a recent hunting trip , , ,
the largest pair he's ever owned . . . size 32! Mrs. Dick has
nly one complaint . . . she can't get her arm around his
waist anymore for a wifely hug.
90 percent of parity on basic
Senate Democratic Leader Lu
cas I III) and Senator Anderson
ID-NM). former secretary of ag
riculture, have been leading the
fight fer a sliding scale support
system ranging from 75 to 90 per
cent. Parity Is a price calculated to
give a farmer a fair return for
the things he sells In relation to'
the prices he pays for goods that
Chairman Elmer Thomas (D-
Oklal of the Senale Agriculture
committee also has been talking
about tossing the Brannan sub
sidy plan into the Senate scrap
on farm legislation.
The Brannan plan namea ior
Secretary of Agriculture Brannan
would let prices or perisnanie
crops drop to whatever ihe mar
ket will bring. If prices fell be
low a "fair level, tne govern
ment would make up the differ
ence by direct payments to farm
ers. Its Introduction Into Senate de
bate on farm legislation could
stir up quite a ruckus Just when
the dust was settling on the fight
over how high government price
supports for major crops should
After a zig-zag course, the Sen-
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Link With CIO
ST. PAUL, Minn., Oct. 12.-P
Possibility of a Political al
liance between the AFL and CIO
apparently was wiped out Tues
day at least for the time being
by the former's decision to go
its own way.
Delegates to the American Fed
eration of Labor convention vot
ed at Ihe closing session lasl
night against making any formal
alliance with the CIO or any la
bor and farm groups.
William Green, 76-year-old pre
sident, was reelected to his 26th
By unanimous vote the con
vention adopted a substitute pro
posalbacked by the organiza
tion's top officers sjiecifically
calling for separate AFL political
Last year the AFL voted to In
vite John L. Lewis and his Unit
ed Mine workers to return to the
AFL. fold. At present, however,
there seems no disposition on the
part of AFL leaders to woo Lew
hi. This won't mean local AFL and
CIO groups will stop working to
gether. For instance, Philip Han
nah, a leader of the AFL's Ohio
Stale federation, told reporters
all Major Labor organizations In
In his slate are cooperating in
an effort to defeat Sen. Taft (R
Ohio) next all.
The AFL also expects to make
a new effort to get hack the now
independent Machinists union,
which claims more than 600,000
The only criticism of AFL
leadership developing at the con
vention came from Woodruff
Randolph, president of the In
ternational Typographical union.
In a speech at last night's final
session, he complained of a lack
of AFL sympathy and moral help
in the printers union's legal tus
sle under the Taft-Hartley act.
Nobody replied to Randolph.
The convention endorsed most
of the Truman Administration's
Legislative program hut suggest
ed a Si nouriy minimum wage
Instead of the 75 cent minimum
now being pushed In Congress to
replace the present 40 cent Iloor.
If you do a lot of baking It Is
wise to have a four-cut) set con
taining 1-4,1-3,1-2, and leup mea
sures. use these measures for
fat and flour. In measuring fat,
pack it firmly into the measure
and level off the top with a spa
at finally rejected last week, 45
to 26, an amendment of Sena
tors Russell (D-Gal and Young
IR-ND) to put price props under
wheat, corn, cotton, tobacco, rice
and peanuts at 90 percent of parity.
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