MANPOWER: There Ought to be a Law . . .

Between a speech at Omaha and a speech to the American Legion convention at Kansas City, Paul Vories McNutt returned to Washington to keep another speaking engagement with the House Committee on Defense Migration. Said Man-powerman McNutt to the committee: "It is my considered judgment, based on the best available knowledge of the manpower situation, that some type of national-service legislation is inevitable."

Thus the Administration last week began to give signs of willingness to face the nation's acute manpower problem. Other signs of the same disposition:

> The U.S. Employment Service, National Youth Administration, Apprenticeship Training Service and Training...

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