In his role of watchdog of the war effort, Missouri's able Senator Harry Truman has growled warnings to many a harried war contractor who was not coming up to the expectations of Goodman Truman and his Investigating Committee. Last week his Committee gave some short, sharp barks that should delight these same contractors. Subject: reconversion.

The report was not intended to be a comprehensive study of reconversion but a blueprint to guide later committee hearings. In it the Committee made many a common-sense point. Some of them:

> War contracts should be canceled...

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